The Mad Village Poet 4 (Original)

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Old Age Home (Photo credit: Ghintang)

Please refer to my post @ for a background to the story.

Would you try a monkey in a human court of law?
Why would you bury a monkey beside me?
Even now, old age is telling on me,
My handwriting a written proof.
Where is the maturity in writing?
Shouldn’t one just write for a long time?
Many words in many forms;
Then your handwriting will testify to the wealth of experience.
Is peace not a weak solution to violence?
But how do you overcome evil with a greater evil?
Yet one will think oneself to be wise!
Why not throw oneself into a cup of water?
And measure the amount of water displaced,
A true gauging of the vastness of one’s wisdom.
You think you have experienced peace and joy?
Never like when that first rocky lump of shit fell free;
And relief pacified my painful groaning.
I felt so light I literally floated into heaven!
Am I still writing this long?
Are you still reading this far?
And let none assess the maturity of this piece.
I don’t claim to be a connoisseur.
You think it’s mature?
Go over it again.
You think it’s disorderly?
Go over it again.
You think it’s a mixture?
Go over it again.
You think I am just free-styling?
Go over it again.
You don’t know what to think?
Go over it again.
You think I am bored and jobless?
What does that make one who has read this far?
Why not try hoping I could yet make something of it!
Useless don’t you think.
A good player knows when to fold his cards.

2 responses to “The Mad Village Poet 4 (Original)

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