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August 10, 2013 / ljbradburn-Smith

A Novel Idea


It’s time we met,
this idea and I.
Will we go soaring in the sea,
or swimming through the sky?

Mr Idea,
Where do you hide?
I’m always here,
gaze inside.

Search a bit longer,
Behind your eyes.
Hidden clarity,
Revealing disguise.

Hello idea,
it’s nice to meet.
Please stay awhile,
rest your feet.


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  1. Gray Dawster / Aug 10 2013 11:59 am

    Yes a blank sheet of paper offers lots of ideas, whether it be
    factual or fantasy the imagination fills the page with creativity.

    A very nice poem Lydia 🙂

    Have a wickedly
    enjoyable weekend 🙂


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