fragmented insomnia

highest bidder
took the rook
who bowed ceremoniously
as the crowd realized…
myopic leprechauns
couldn’t read
last row of vision chart
for all the armadillos
in iowa.

now we see-through
(unpolished)
looking-glass
while learning to crochet
in the dark garden
with gnomes who have filed
judiciously brief amicus curiae
on behalf of sterile
crocuses.

 

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Gnome in Reiman Gardens at ISU – photo by lynn


A modern “fragment” poem for dVerse with Laura …not sure i achieved the goal but sometimes it’s just plain fun to play with words and write something nonsensical!

13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. artiecamenzind
    Dec 12, 2021 @ 10:30:34

    I’ll bet those crocus’s were merely dormant and the gnome’s petition stirred them in spring.

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  2. Björn Rudberg (brudberg)
    Dec 05, 2021 @ 10:20:39

    I have corrected the link now… love this and I can actually feel you had a lot of fun writing this.

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  3. Laura Bloomsbury
    Dec 05, 2021 @ 08:26:43

    your fragments are curious drops from a stream of consciousness -which fits the experience of insomnia!
    p.s. your link up link was broken so found you another way!

    Reply

  4. Eugi
    Dec 05, 2021 @ 07:52:43

    Love this! I do some of my best thinking when I can’t sleep.

    Reply

  5. Bethann Bakker
    Dec 04, 2021 @ 15:42:51

    Interesting. I

    On Sat, Dec 4, 2021, 4:11 AM a poem in my pocket wrote:

    > lynn__ posted: ” highest biddertook the rookwho bowed ceremoniouslyas the > crowd realized…myopic leprechaunscouldn’t readlast row of vision chartfor > all the armadillosin iowa. now we see-through(unpolished)looking-glasswhile > learning to crochetin the dark gardenwit” >

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  6. dorahak
    Dec 04, 2021 @ 10:51:57

    sounds about right for an insomniac night – with a little wizardry thrown in 🙂
    pax,
    dora

    Reply

  7. Helen Dehner
    Dec 04, 2021 @ 09:08:31

    Oh the wonders of insomnia!! Little gems I think ….

    Reply

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