THE VOICE GIVEN OVER TO SOLILOQUY

THE VOICE GIVEN OVER TO SOLILOQUY

A Poem by kublakhan27
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Blast from the past 01 20 02 Gyorgy Ligeti: Austrian composer

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On this day
I may have said things
that incriminated me.

How may I not insinuate
bloatingly,
that the clouds-
sunbathing eight degrees above zero-
melted tonight
in the tectonic spark of my voiced
animosity ignition,
without fessing up
to detecting the strains
of an old dead friend
in a banshee choir's
steady Ligeti pitch,
high enough to haunt my head
and not natural enough
to debody me through the window.

Never mind:
lesson learned,
boundaries reinforced,
they will subside
so I can dissolve
in the protocol of the mute
and socially desolate.

© 2012 kublakhan27



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Oh, those moments... most contentious - everything amp'd up - raw and ragged, earth shaking one moment then calm the next. Most unsettling prose.

Posted 5 Years Ago


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kublakhan27

5 Years Ago

Indeed...I do everything in my will to steer clear of drama in my life but there's no hiding from it.. read more
Interesting write. Quite thought-provoking I think.

Posted 5 Years Ago


kublakhan27

5 Years Ago

Many thanks...it's always nice to hear that you've produced something thought-provoking.

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Tags: incriminate, insinuate, sunbathing, tectonic, animosity, Ligeti, social, desolate

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kublakhan27
kublakhan27

Nova Scotia, Canada



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My first book is out! Any comments that anyone may have to offer regarding my work would be deeply appreciated, as I'm yet to get a review. www.amazon.com/Waltz-Around-Swirls-Steven-Fortune/dp.. more..

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