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Aberrations, Impersonators, and You, The Circumnavigator

 



Aberrations, Impersonators, and You, The Circumnavigator

 

An aberrant, bizarre day,

laid out in an odd, uncanny way.

 

In the morning,

robbed by menacing thugs,

those mad, elemental wrongdoers

who always proposed thunder.

Their violent appearance

should never have escaped your notice.

 

In the afternoon, 

you caught the attention of a kind, cooing impersonator,

ploughing across a clay path

while insisting on clean feet.

 

In the future, 

use your beforehand knowledge

to avoid joining those choosing to misunderstand,

and by yourself, judge how well the days burn. 

Look inside, seek divine behavior.

 

Loosen the temporary holding switch

at the train yard’s edge,

controlling the momentary convergence of bright spots,

then follow a shiny spread of…..

pursue the bright snapshot of……

the detailed oscillation of your one lonely thought.

 

Hold that thought,

and you’ll actually stumble over belongings lost,

including that strange thing,

stored in the opposite cabinet of your psyche,

and you’ll be more thankful than you have ever been.

 

Linda Imbler

 

 

Linda Imbler is the author of five paperback poetry collections and three e-book collections (Soma Publishing.)  

Her newest collection entitled, “Per Quindecim” is a book of poems containing 15 lines or less.  It will be published 

by Soma Publishing  in late February, 2021. This writer lives in Wichita, Kansas with her husband, Mike the Luthier, 

several quite intelligent saltwater fish, and an ever-growing family of gorgeous guitars. Learn more at lindaspoetryblog.blogspot.com


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  1. this is wonderful work and i can feel where we have commonalities. that is the calling card for universal appeal. Ariel Chart is truly wonderful.

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    1. Thank you so very much for the kind response to my work.

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