tag : bright yellow-green apples: commemorating the possible

"I see little point in persisting in a discussion with one so obstinate as you" Martin White

Sunday, September 12, 2004

commemorating the possible

In the fine tradition of the Wesleys, I suggest you set this to any great music you've heard of late, in your head. Think unconstrained and boundless, after a fashion, commemorating the possible:

Sound of unjaded

Always let a
influence come from enigmas,
as tantalisingly elusive as ever

Burned into memory,
should we presume reaction;
the invitation for a
small things empathy

The old ideals must go,
be brought back and rehabilitated.
Likely participation incentive


Cultural anonymity changes
before you, redeeming words.
prospect can’t stand me still,


unless the future glow should
be in search of what they saw;
that incendiary clouded view


Collective memory;
them ideas and us views,
the aptly alternative mainstreams


Ride they can also transform
the perils of within engaged,
taking your thoughts as read


Look both ways as you never know,
were fascinated by good turned energy.
Picked up. Over dissent


Come on imagine the
reality again, grounded in the
glories of a new



Blogger Brasil66 said...

OK, it's been long enough and no ones biting, it's getting embarassing. So...Don't know the wesley's...bad meter...not enough big words...makes no sense...don't quit yer day job, if you had one. Otherwise, rock on dude!

12:14 AM  
Blogger postliberal said...

You are indeed a charmer, I was actually playing a game to see who would crack first and it looks like the writer won, hehe. (1) The Wesleys were responsible for the Methodist revival and the widespread use of music-song in churches to this day (3) What’s meter? (4) Big words are good, but a bit greedy of space in short lines (5) Good, I like writing stuff which doesn’t follow common sense (6) I have no intention of doing so, artsy stuff is free side fun (7) Thanks.

2:17 PM  

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