Perspicuously

Perspicuously

A Poem by Neville

Perspicuously


He never

Had

Seen  

It seems

So plain or

Clear   

So clean

Nor bright

 

He smiled

Away

A final tear

Then

Calmly   

He did step

Into

Both air and light

 

© 2020 Neville


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This could probably be the future generations in a dystopia, finally walking out of the house into light and fresh air of the pristine world.
Since it's open to other interpretations, the way Chris ma'am pointed out, it also makes me think of the hikikomori of Japan finally stepping out of their homes.

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Neville

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Many thanks my friend for taking a moment to consider these words and leave such a reasoned.. read more



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And that is about as clear as can be, and no mistake guvnor! Which i reckon we could all do with a bit more of in these darkened days of fake news and fake presidents.

Posted 4 Days Ago


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Neville

4 Days Ago


clarity is an illusion that sits at the head of the visual table... and a beautiful mane t.. read more
The Somewhere with neither dimension nor colour, but, which we are sure exists or.. does not?

You've beautifully and utterly emoted what philosopherss and theists have been thinking about forever, Neville.

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Neville

5 Days Ago


please accept this mahoosive Thank You and tell me why I can never get the caps key to work .. read more
emmajoy

5 Days Ago

You need a mallet! I have same problem with logging out!
upon death, we find wisdom as our last act of contrition, and realization.
I like all the room you left for us in between the lines of this elegant piece.
j.

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Neville

5 Days Ago


tis those spaces between the lines where most is left to be found … cheers Jacob sir.. N.
your circuitous perspicuosity is now entered into webster's dictionary and its gonna turn some heads... completely around! death? freedom for quarantine? freedom from darkness? freedom from intelectual bondage? I suppose all of it, the freedoms to________ apply but in the end it is all just as beautiful

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Neville

5 Days Ago


tis indeed a fetching term, rarely encountered in my neck o the woods but does exist, my wor.. read more
I found this write, kinda intriguing, nicely said and written

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Neville

5 Days Ago


how very kind... thank you my friend :)
gosh, so deep and profound.
i am interpreting of course but it seems to me like the truth revealed, the secrets of the universal if you will, as we cross the threshold into the after life. On the other hand it could just be a reflection of the times. :) and it would work just as well any number of ways. which makes it a pretty decent poem.

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Neville

6 Days Ago


Hello Stranger, thank you for checking in, much appreciated … Hope you are well :)
Ana Papaya

6 Days Ago

You're welcome, N. All good here. :)
Safe for you I hope !
Neville

5 Days Ago


fine here too :)
An epiphany, a realisation of what always was or what always wasn’t and the switching on of a bright light. It’s actually an awesome feeling. An unshackling, a release, an exhale moment and therein to a more enlightened state. Greatly exhilarating words sir!

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Neville

1 Week Ago


How very kind my friend, thank you no end :)
Pestonjee

1 Week Ago

You’re welcome my friend :)
This could probably be the future generations in a dystopia, finally walking out of the house into light and fresh air of the pristine world.
Since it's open to other interpretations, the way Chris ma'am pointed out, it also makes me think of the hikikomori of Japan finally stepping out of their homes.

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Neville

1 Week Ago


Many thanks my friend for taking a moment to consider these words and leave such a reasoned.. read more
This to me is of a passing. Stepping from this troubled plane into the next life. Seems like someone has achieved enlightenment. Other meanings too Neville, but I am fed up at the moment with our restricted freedom, so I will focus on the opposite. Your work is often open to interpretation, which makes it even more appealing. Your lines mean different things to different readers that is why it is so enjoyable. Happy Saturday.

Chris

Posted 1 Week Ago


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Neville

1 Week Ago


Happy Saturday to you too Chris... and thank you... thanking you true... N :)
I think we all need to be getting out a bit more. This poems speaks of hope of relief and freedom. I enjoyed the read.

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Neville

1 Week Ago


that's one way of looking at it... thank you Fabian my fine literary friend..
Fabian G. Franklin

1 Week Ago

Perhaps my vague interpretation does injustice to the perspicuous clarity. For that, I offer my apo.. read more
Neville

1 Week Ago

There is always more ways of skinning a cat my friend, there is no need to apologise.... I welcome a.. read more

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