Sensitivity And Imagination In The World Of Poetry By RIC S. BASTASA

the pebble that you have

collected from the shore

last spring

breathes like a tick

the paper clip that lays on your

study table

begins to

move like a maggot

something is more beautiful than


sensitivity widens


paving more pathways to

the colored world

of dreams

the blank paper begins to have

a face

shaping a mouth

a tongue

that shapes a smile for you

the table becomes the sea

where sailboats take its long journey


no one falls at the edge

they just fade

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