Mysteries we love

Art and science are

buoyant with

colloquial

dense

expressions.

 

Fear rules

grassroots of the conscience.

Highly intelligent

investigative minds

jig the

kaleidoscope,

loving every

moment,

negating scepticism, and

overrule

puerile minds.

 

Questions

raised in the

sultry

turbulence of

urban jungles

vex the human

world.

 

Xeroxed, faded versions of

yellowing, ignorant

zillion expressions still live on.

 

Inspired by

Weekend Writing Prompt Β #14

6 thoughts on “Mysteries we love

  1. Wonderful poem, Reena. I especially like the lines: “jig the / kaleidoscope”. It brings so many different images to mind. Thanks for joining in with the Weekend Writing Prompt. Have a great weekend πŸ™‚

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  2. My pleasure Reena, thank you for your poem πŸ™‚ Ooh so a busy, busy time but busy with smiles, friendship, warmth and Love. I can think of nothing better to pleasure both heart and soul. The festival you mention…what is that a celebration of or whom is it for? πŸ™‚

    Namaste πŸ™‚

    DN

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      1. Hey Reena,

        Thank you for the reply. A celebration of all our interconnectedness as much our individual kinship with family. It is a beautiful reminder of the threads that bind us all in one way or another. I trust you have your ‘rakhi’ suitably prepared πŸ™‚

        Have a wonderfully warm and heart-warming day.

        Namaste πŸ™‚

        DN

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  3. Hey Reena,

    So pleased you went for the A-Z option…you’ve done a fabulous job. Your poem is very cleverly written, very tight and focussed yet endlessly expanding like consciousness, the zillion faded Xeroxed images walking the globe.

    Thank you. Very much enjoyed.

    Hoping all is swell in the well of life. I’ll look forward to catching up again next Saturday πŸ™‚

    Namaste πŸ™‚

    DN

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