Exonerate

 The flow of words has come to a halt,
Swirl of vocabulary has stopped with a jolt.
No rhyme nor reason to explain why,
The feeling of the poet has left me dry.

Digging for the verbs that might beautifully rhyme,
To create a poem that is utterly sublime.
However the search has been proven a waste,
For the inner sonneteer has left in haste.

And then the idea struck like a flash of light,
To jot down words that could explain my plight.
Write about the unyielding block itself,
And create magic with adjectives that speak for themselves.

Thus this piece of eloquent art was born,
Truth and patience from where it is shorn.
Maybe now the letters will come like a breeze,
Oh who am I kidding ? The life of a poet is never one of ease.

11 comments on “Exonerate

  1. z3ng33kgr7 says:

    This has inspired me…please see my blog for the post. Thank you!

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  2. Great inspirational posting. 🙂

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  3. Reblogged this on “A Pre-Published Indie Author and commented:
    Great inspirational posting 🙂

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  4. Raven Black says:

    Turning tables now, are we? Well done.

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  5. Opher says:

    We fight for the passion. We earn it.

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  6. Lol! Well said er… rhymed! 👍🏻🆒

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  7. writer’s block in a poem, gorgeous <333

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  8. This hits home with many writers, surely. Great read, even better re-read.

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  9. Prem Lila says:

    Wow! So beautiful.

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  10. kimelenecarr says:

    This is wonderful… very beautiful writing

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  11. Thank you for stopping by my page and i love this beautiful piece and long with a few others so keep up the good work and i be back soon.Anita

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