Day 25 – Universal Truth

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Universal Truth

Crust moves, Earth-grooves, Jurassic pace

orbiting, spinning, winning annual race

sun streaks along axis, galactic arm

Milky Way hurtles away

from its collective farm

 

Infinite universe expands

under universal demand

I land on my back, dreamland,

earthbound in my remand

knowing nothing’s ever still.

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My second still poem for dVerse Quadrille #31, hosted by Grace. I normally try not to go to the same well twice in a row during NaPoWriMo, but I’m sapped for ideas. I’m running on fumes and limping to the barn, but racking my brain is helping with my depression a bit, and I think I can make it to the end! Five more, people!

Drop by and check out everyone’s contributions to this prompt.

Obstructive Mystery in Poetry 

Reading this made me examine my work. It probably helped make me a better poet. Marginally better, perhaps, but self-reflection is the mother of improvement, isn’t it?

I recommend that all poets have a look at this post. Maybe it will help you too. Maybe you’re experienced and already know this info… and perhaps you’ll smile now that you know that I know.

Obstructive Mystery in Poetry – http://wp.me/ptXIr-3vS