Sunday, 7 August 2011

Cloudlonely by Susan S Keiser

bookslept, she's
late and soon,
she's sung out,
too waterworded,
still lochlost,
reading a word's
worth in a night;

gnawing the paper
behind the words;
sordid boon--
a wasted power,
laying waste
the words,
the lakeworth
words. the ones
she reads,
the tarn-ished
words, the
stillworth knowing.

Susan S Keiser, USA


Crafty Green Poet said...

Susan S. Keiser is a writer/editor living in Key West Florida. Her work has been published in a number of journals, including SpokenWar, Carcinogenic Poetry, Orion headless, The Camel Saloon and Right Hand Pointing.

Kay Middleton said...

I've come back to this poem several times over the last few days. I keep finding new things to like, new things to marvel.

James said...

I also keep coming back to this one. It's a wonderful read.

Tumblewords: said...

Terrific! Love the words, rhythm and flow - well worth a dozen re-reads.

CMDoran said...

wordblasted and it! I've got a few projects going, so this hits me where I need it. Thanks for writing...I too will re-read.

Gordon Mason said...

Great invention; particularly liked lochlost.

Priyadarshini said...

Wonderful words.. i loved all of them..

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