Catch Some Wide Eye

A Method for My Madness


abstract words hang:
globular, dripping
from the crevices of my mind
tic-toc-tic
waiting so patiently
to be misunderstood

The globular cluster M80. Stars in globular cl...
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26 thoughts on “A Method for My Madness

  1. Really like the wording of the poem.

  2. hang dripping, tic toc tic…love thees words.

  3. sparrowsong on said:

    They do have a certain life to them. Thanks for reading and commenting. 🙂

  4. agree, words speak..
    welcome in.
    have fun
    ..

  5. Silvertongue on said:

    Nicely done. Concise and yet expressive. 🙂

  6. Beautiful!

  7. Very nice poem…found myself relating to the sentiment.

  8. Globular dripping…nice:) This is fabulous and how often it happens. 😉

  9. words do speak to us, and if silence can be misunderstood, no reason why words shouldn’t be.. like the tic-toc-tic imagery a lot 🙂 thank u for sharing!

    Here’s My Poem For Poets Rally

  10. haggishead on said:

    waiting so patiently
    to be misunderstood

    I love these lines ❤

    • sparrowsong on said:

      Why thank you! *sigh* If only they weren’t so true. People can get very upset over nothing sometimes. C’est la vie!

  11. A.B. Thomas on said:

    Great write loved the last line, it lends itself to so many things

  12. sparrowsong on said:

    Merci. 😀

  13. Nice one! I love the memories you conjure up for me with the final lines of “waiting so patiently / to be misunderstood.” Thanks for sharing this one for the rally!

  14. Problem all poet shares, no one understand u like yourself, very true piece that I can relate with.

  15. sparrowsong on said:

    Thanks for stopping by!

  16. love your use of globular 🙂 nice little poem 🙂

  17. sparrowsong on said:

    I had interior design and chandelier types stuck in my head at the time. I make the strangest word associations sometimes.

  18. irisdeurmyer on said:

    great post. like the galaxy pic to illustrate your poem. Good read.

  19. sparrowsong on said:

    Thanks. I figured they fit together nicely. 🙂

  20. words can hang in the air while the tic-toc-tic goes around a few times.. “I din’t mean it like that”.. ah but you did, you did..

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