In seamless rhetoric

rhetoric, life, poetry, steven humphreys

Words

in seamless

rhetoric

promise

lies

alive

eccentric

ill at ease

sickness

death

in

reality

drunkenness

and

physical

white light

impartiality

darkness

nonphysical

invisible

drifting

mindless angels

and

aimless devils

floating

flying

crashing

down

chimneys

always

thinking

feeling

consciousness

seeing

hearing

hot and cold

love

drinking

smoking cigars

above

and below

endless

marriage

divorce

and crying

bold

single

loneliness

cats

meow

by your ankles

dogs

bark

in hiding

meandering cows

clouds

spark

lightning

thundering

heavy rain drops

under

wind

encumbering

nature

water

grass

growing

trees

birds

forest fire

sky

and ash

abounding

mountains

in a vacuum

words

rhetoric

abash

in

corn fields

yellow and

green

dilapidated

motels

highways

and natural

scenes

pass and

crash

like a speeding

picket fence

and echo

1957 Chevy

with

children

on swings

and

mean

teens

wearing

ear rings

retirement

old age

birthdays

another Christmas

turkey dinner

in  a cage

explaining

his

speech

comes from

the

living

dictionary

a movie

of memories

a slurry

of remembering

and forgetting

fearing

the coming

empty

void

and

blackness

in saving

him

those

words

and

lovely

everlasting

rhetoric

are in

no

great

hurry

to

end in

worrisome

cliches

and

meaningless

sentences.

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Author: Steven Humphreys

I have long been married and currently write poetry and health and wellness posts. I have authored several books currently for sale at most popular outlets. I hope you like my blog finding my articles informative and meaningful as well as entertaining. Let me know what you think. You can read more 'about me' on this site. Thanks for stopping by!

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