Wordless and WorthlessA Poem by Madelyn Defray
Wordless and Worthless
Poetry knows no bounds
Limitless; it is endless
Repetitive; it is redundant
Meaning becomes purpose
Words become a story
Writers find themselves at liberty to say
Soundless music envelopes structure
Tone envokes emotion
Literary devices entice the reader
Punctuation becomes non-existant
Comradery is found in open, white spaces
As the stanzas grow longer
And the words become smaller
It appears that the finish is near
But what does is matter?
Nobody reads poetry.
© 2012 Madelyn Defray
Narnia, The Wardrobe, Canada
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