Fay Slimm

BETWEEN WORLDS.

 

 

Between Worlds.

 

Shallower sages would never permit streams of
night's glittering stardust to detract them from
edging every message with personal ego.

Meanwhile authentic dreamers reveal
their penchant for embroidering
that which cannot be sewn
and write to impassion
the marvel of sunrise.
True scribes add
zest to twilight,
with gifted
shadings,
coat nature
with word-flow
and paint phrasings
richer by lyrical notes.
To the dreamy romantic
who captures fanciful verse
thanks for bejeweling poems
with tokens that adorn the ordinary.

To describe life poets slip outside reality
to spin cotton-wool dreams and mind-flying
between worlds steal time to share fine words

 

 

Comments6

  • orchidee

    Yes, share fine words such as these!

  • Lorna

    Beautiful words and a clever form Fay!

  • BRIAN & ANGELA

    Ahhhh FAY a non-punctuated sculptured Poem ! I have printed it out for my Poetry Scrap Book and it looks as Elegant & as Hourglass as YOU ! I love the poetic sentiments in your DIABLO in praise of Poets & Poetry. For ME : Your base-triplet encapsulates all that I know & love about poetry. Sharing on MPS makes me a BETTER POET : AMEN

    To describe life : poets slip outside reality
    to spin cotton-wool dreams and mind-flying
    between worlds : steal time to share fine words !

    Reading this FAY has made me shed tears of appreciation for the Perfection of Poetry you freely share with us every day. It always elevates my Spirit. It is so so comforting that I am never JEALOUS : just INSPIRED to be a better and more substantial POET : AMEN
    Love as always ANGELA 🧡🧡🧡🧡

  • Michael Edwards

    A SUPERB WRITE IN BOTH CONTENT AND SCULPTURED FORM - A MASTERPIECE.

  • Theta the scholar

    An hourglass poem for when we between worlds hmmm very interesting,as always your poems are beautiful and meaningful.Keep up the good work.
    -Theta

  • Neville

    What an absolute delight it was to stumble across this page, not only for your poems aesthetic/visual appearance and value but because often, sculptured poems dont seem to work, at least not for me. These however, most certainly do. Thoroughly enjoyed.... Neville



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