This Poem was Submitted By: Gene Dixon On Date: 2003-05-27 14:54:39 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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Bad Grammar

Vitriolic adjectives set in fractured phrases... Can't you read what's in between the lines? Pretentiousness in diction both confuses and amazes though most of us are mystified by signs. Did you find that bitter root hidden in some ink or is it something of your own creation? No one ever tells us what they see inside a wink. Do earthquakes really start with one vibration? When somebody does you wrong then escalates the error, should you always turn the other cheek? Remember when you contemplate reciprocating terror, you sometimes get exactly what you seek. If you hide behind a phrase, you cannot be specific lest you lose the sense of mystery. If you misuse the alphabet and claim to be prolific, an empty page becomes your history.

Copyright © May 2003 Gene Dixon

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