a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Sunday, April 19, 2015

The Cross

It's a circle
it's a square
i hide
i care not
what you see is not me but only what you wish to be
a circle

the girl is gone
mind is mine
try to take
body is mine
you cannot
hear her cries
a circle

Leave now
i have no name
she hides
no shame
she hides
in a square
a circle

toss your book
your cross
your sainted look
no reaching 
what is not here
your water brings no fear
a circle


Vandana Sharma said...

Mystery surronds the girl!

Country Gal said...

A mystery in it's self ! Well done ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

Anonymous said...

I like this enigma and relate in many ways... Beautiful write!

Berowne said...

An Escher-type post; well written.

DeniseinVA said...

Beautifully written Gail. I enjoyed that very much.

Kathe W. said...

mysterious and independent!

Lux G. said...

That' poetic. :)

Elena Sands said...

Nice meter in this poem. Good write.

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Nice one- that photo prompt would be a hard one for me.

Lowcarb team member said...

Well Done - I liked it.

All the best Jan

Jinksy said...

what you see is not me but only what you wish to be
We surely were on the same wavelength this week :-)

Susie Clevenger said...

Perhaps she doesn't want people to know her or maybe she does. She wants them to see there is more to her than appears. I love poems that spin my mind in different directions.

Maria said...

I love the rhythm and repetition in this--it reminds me of repeated images in twin mirrors.

Kutamun said...

Squaring the circle ... Achieving something which by rights should be mathematically impossible ( vy the laws of logic), is she an Angel ?

Forest Tinker said...

Truly mysterious. Great rhythm. Pity about the captcha

Sandy said...

Well written, and very unique.

Karen S. said...

The mystery about her unleashed! Does she dare? Do we! I saw this post earlier but quickly realized I can't read this, I haven't written mine yet! Yikes. I know this is gonna be a fun bunch of Magpies this week.

Helena said...

Nicely penned, Gail. Left us with many a good line to ponder over!

Susan Anderson said...

Excellent. I really like this.


Tess Kincaid said...

Playful and interesting...

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