Cerebral Peace

Cerebral Peace

A Poem by James

The person at this address has moved

He went to find his mind
it left a while ago

For a year he's been fumbling around
aimlessly without a brain

bumping into walls and stubbing his toe
walking blindly through cities with nowhere to go

Now he's left, 
in search of cerebral peace

I'll let you know if he finds it.

© 2017 James

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This is how I feel about living in the wilderness as a way to escape the madness of our current times! I've found cerebral peace in nature here & I love your fun tongue-in-cheek spoof on those of us who've checked out! *wink! wink!* Fondly, Margie

Posted 11 Months Ago

I thought I was the only one who did those things,HAHA! nice expression;-]

Posted 1 Year Ago

That sounds like the beginning of a very long and arduous journey, to haunt the mind looking for the key to its secrets and a better understanding of ourselves. I would try the same thing, but someone broke the elevator to my mind and it is just too many long, dark corridors and secrets, conveniently protected by minefields and trip wires.
Great piece James, let me know if you make it through the maze, good luck.

Posted 1 Year Ago

A very relatable writing for many. The title lured me to read entirely. Great word choice btw. Very creative with a pinch of abstractness, just the amount I like. I enjoyed this.

Posted 1 Year Ago

Mind, body, spirit connection. So easy to say.... So difficult to find.
But knowing that Its missing is the first step.

Posted 1 Year Ago

and now his thoughts are in a pile somewhere, "undeliverable---return to sender doesn't even work anymore."---

Posted 1 Year Ago

Great expression. Something we can all relate to. Izzy

Posted 1 Year Ago

Peace of mind.
So hard to find...

Posted 1 Year Ago

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Added on April 6, 2017
Last Updated on April 6, 2017



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