Angels in vehicles drive above stars

Angels in vehicles drive above stars

A Poem by Robert Robbie Dudley

flys falls moves

quick that wind whistles

around vast faster

crowded houses

aloft brought to words

skies spaces

twisted branches

we are there

deeper souls

grows above what are

Spring buds blooming

tight winding roads

gathers on will still

grow quite sure 

I am calmed down

can quietest dances

empty-handed get set

at heart behold

handy kindle at my all

a flash, ah, their

scraps laden with drink

in claws jaws let us exist

you're replenishing

fixed stars shining

all too easy it wasn't

all be made happy

along remarks lost

made by those

lasting holes

O shaped mouths

in houses aloft

brought to words

skies spaces

twisted branches

would we love that

anyway out

both behold treasures

the box inside

the black frames

of my meanings

cellphones saw

from everywhere

ever at camera

the perhappens stance

sees chance

shows feels sorrows

bends back long bows

will bestill all times

alone at incline

gathers on the reefs

undercurrents calm

we are there

the black rocks

and warm sands

underwaters too cold

inspires next lines

behold in the dark

in the night deep

at the mind's eye

you can't keep

imagination

too endless, ah,

images chooses self

on and off wrote across

flys falls moves

quick that wind whistles

around vast faster

crowded houses

brought to words

gathers together 

for silence

skies spaces

twisted branches

let us use what we have

future now swirls misty

O great circle

we are okay

careless nature

amazed the edges drains

around knowing at

the last news

what's effective

of the universe

sleepless O why bother

unpacking now 

O but think

it was seen then

but a highway

in the mind

at the photo mat

unidentifing

terrifying objects

could bring good

seeing why

flys falls moves 

quick that wind whistles

around vast faster

and me we are there

angels in vehicles

drive above stars

on air or wheels

brings us fire

lets us use what we have

future now swirls misty

would we love that

anyway out


 


© 2017 Robert Robbie Dudley



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Hmmm. Your poetry is certainly one of a kind!

Amidst the mass of words and images there lies an almost decipherable meaning, yet one cannot be at all certain that it is what was intended by the poet! So, my focus remains on the descriptive imagery you apply.

It is a very unique piece, written in a very unique style.

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Robert Robbie Dudley
Robert Robbie Dudley

Riverside, NJ



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