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BrewNSpew Cafe – July 23, 2018


“Come here my love And I will lift my spirits high for you I’d like to fly away and spend a day or two Just contemplating the fields and leaves and talking about nothing Just layin’ down in shades of effervescent, effervescent odors And shades of time and tide.”-Van Morrison

Word of the weekeffervescent (adjective)-(of a liquid), giving off bubbles; fizzy, vivacious, enthusiastic. Synonyms-fizzy, sparkling, carbonated, aerated, gassy, bubbly.

 those unnaturally effervescent

think the moon only a crescent

the stars no longer iridescent

Ah, but what do they know

  their thoughts are a no-show

methinks they lost their mojo

 who says time is of the essence

 when nary a soul is present

Ah, but what do they know

  their thoughts are a no-show

methinks they lost their mojo

  no knowledge of the historical present

deems experience as an adolescent

 masking messages from the confessants


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8 replies »

  1. I don’t know if you saw the followup email message I sent, the one where I confessed to reading your poem, on our internet blog talk radio show, but in the conversation I had with the host of the program, she pointed out that when I read someone, and really get into what they have written, I become more poetic. I realized she was correct, and see it happening again, in real time, in the here and now.

    I bet you have this effect on a lot of people.

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    • I appreciate your support of my work. I have no problem with your reading my poems, as long as you credit me as the author (which I believe you informed me you did). I’m glad you enjoy my work enough to read it on your blog radio show.


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