DG (9/19/1963 / )

Skip My Feet

SKIP my feet,
drifts to the
east,
maa, koo, wayy, ohh, wayy
koo, ee, tooon ohh.
WHISTLES hythms,
waits for sleep,
maa, koo, wayy, ohh, wayy,
koo, ee, tooon, ohh,
LIP service,
suspicion blue,
maa, koo, wayy, ohh, wayy,
koo, ee, toon, ohh, wayy
koo, ee, toon ohh.
STOP.

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Comments (3)

There are so many times I find myself really trying to understand your poems....sometimes I do and sometimes I don't understand them but always I am amazed at the way they make the reader think. They do make the reader wonder what is going on in your mind as you write. Very interesting David. Sincerely, Mary
HEAVY PERCUSSED RHYTHM IN WORK HERE...I HAVE TO ANALYZE YOUR WORK IN A BI-POLAR VEIN AS YOU PLAY BOTH POET & LYRACIST& CONJOIN THE 2 ALMOST IN TEASE TO GET THE READERS REACTION TO WHAT APPEARS TO BE OFF-TRACK CHAOS, WHEN IN EFFECT, & AS EXHIBITED HERE, IS VERY CONTROLLED CHAOS, AND A SONG IN PROGRESS THAT I AM HEARING TO MIRROR MORRISONS'THE END '... GREAT WRITE, DAVID, A TEN TO YOU, SIR! ''''''''''''''''''''''''''FRANK
HEAVY PERCUSSED RHYTHM IN WORK HERE...I HAVE TO ANALYZE YOUR WORK IN A BI-POLAR VEIN AS YOU PLAY BOTH POET & LYRACIST& CONJOIN THE 2 ALMOST IN TEASE TO GET THE READERS REACTION TO WHAT APPEARS TO BE OFF-TRACK CHAOS, WHEN IN EFFECT, & AS EXHIBITED HERE, IS VERY CONTROLLED CHAOS, AND A SONG IN PROGRESS THAT I AM HEARING TO MIRROR MORRISONS'THE END '... GREAT WRITE, DAVID, A TEN TO YOU, SIR! ''''''''''''''''''''''''''FRANK