Ideas penned often spontaneous
Musers may detect a bit of craziness
Surely there are no signs of laziness
Masterpiece worthy using an alias
An amazing plethora of miscellaneous
This week’s event is to write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word spontaneous. Held weekly at Patricia’s Place.
Transcribe a mind for its knowledge
Spilled ink not learned in college
A glass half full of the smallage
Fine brandy subject to a tallage
Sad souls sell their knowledge
A glass half empty of the smallage
Creative senses lost in college
Witless souls live that on the edge
Their expiration beyond the ledge
This poem is dedicated to anotherwisemonkey.The challenge is to write a poem using words that rhyme with knowledge.
Smallage-the celery, Apium graveolens, especially in its wild state. wild celery Tallage-Medieval History. a tax paid by peasants to the lord of their manor.
“I have always imagined that Paradise
will be a kind of library.”
Jorge Luis Borges
Hallways of the mind
defining moments in books
and secret nooks
Stairways of the mind
a mind-boggling maze
clouded in a heavy haze
Tunnels of the mind
darkness at the bend
light at the end?
Paths of the mind
thoughts in need
where will they lead