Did You Catch It?

Poem By Ayn Timmerman

Abstractions of me,
a view from every
possible angle will
reveal more than
what meets the
approval of the
group, for distortions
are not always
readily accepted,
and often prove
confusing if seen
from a compromised
prospective audience.

Never the less,
I bask in the
grudgingly indulgent
applause, and give
another spin just
in case you missed
the meaning of
this message
the first time.

Comments about Did You Catch It?

A bit of verse wrapped around a message, obscured by mystery, but oh-so enjoyable in its own right.


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