Writer’s Block: Inarticulated Frustration

what to say, how to say it

words of sorrow, words of wit

words from a brain spasm fit

sequences and sequential

nonsense or just non-sensical

context is king, king is key

word sound, yet signify nothing

Say what you mean, mean what you say

not on the nose, but subtext-teased

up and down, inside and out

no one knows what you’re on or about


translating emotions into words and abstractions into concretion

phrases and subjectives, interdependancy reveals format

formal or informal, business or pleasure, work to leisure

words only words

but then


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