Slew Foot

 

 

There Is A Dragon in My Gardwn

 

 

 

Carefully coiffuring the etiquette garden of the cascading words

Trimming the elegant exuberant plethora of stumbling somnolent leaves

Happened upon an opulent slithering serpent and some bees

Hiding within the myriad of sublime transendent trees

Shrieking in a shrill voice a cacophony was heard

And the shunned godly creature

Slithered serenely from the place of my obstreperous yells

And the words fell back into a peaceful tranquility and tune

Excusing the moments as serendipitous and absurd

But was harangue for no reason except tales of Slew (Foot)

And went about my business without any further adieu


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9 thoughts on “Slew Foot

        1. Wow… thanks! What did you see as an anchor? I’m at a loss when they say, find your anchor… As there is never just one point when I write… So, the lesson is confusing to me… Focusing is important… This will be an ongoing lesson…

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          1. The anchor is the idea that holds the poem together, it starts from the beginning of your writings and then becomes clear as the reader gets to the end. In your poem, the introduction of the opulent slithering serpent and bees, the sound they made and the yell from you, all gave the poem the meat needed to cook the meal. And from my analysis, the meal was delicious.

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