(1844 - 1930 / England)

Left Brain Right Brain

You put your left brain in,
Your right brain out,
In out-in out,
You shake 'em all about,
You do the hocus pocus
And you turn around,
That's what it's all about!

Oh! hocus-hocus pocus!
Oh! hocus-hocus pocus!
Oh! hocus-hocus pocus!

Knees bend! Arms stretch!
Ra! Ra! Ra!

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I sat here inside my snug home and was feeling the snow falling on and around me... Bridges is a magician, he transported me to the snowfalling evening of his making... awesome descriptives and dead-on reactions to the majesty that is snow
Lovely descriptions of things in a snowstorm. I especially like these parts: Hiding difference, making unevenness even, Into angles and crevices softly drifting and sailing (and) They gathered up the crystal manna to freeze Their tongues with tasting, their hands with snowballing
Mind blowing narration of the snow fall at London through out night and it's impact on normal life on the dawn that followed with rise of a pale Sun and the brightness reflected by the while expanse due to Sun rays falling on the snow. Just loved the poem and it's fantastic flow. Thanks for sharing.
Hushing! With the muse of the snow. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.