Poetry

July 3, 2018 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

Erico Marcelino photo

 

By

Daginne Aignend 

and

Jack Waller

 

 

 

Chaotic Minds

 

 

The mundane takes on

A new dimension

In the emerging fabric of life.

We must not discount that

Tomorrow may not come.

Each day ought to lead to assurance

That we have completed each task,

Not how many we have begun.

Then in reverent awe we, see

How each snowflake falls!

 

They waft on a summer breeze

Alighting, we know not where.

Touching as it were,

Albeit briefly,

As if enveloping each of us

In a time warp not of our making.

 

Breaking through abnormalities,

hidden corners of common sense

will be revealed.

Embraced and lost …

Time must be defeated

or we will be beached forever.

 

How chaotic minds travel

through imagination

and reality, stopping

at every stimulus

without having an idea

how to continue or fulfill

our self-imposed mission.

Til the brain switches to

reality mode and we be able

to enjoy rose petals again.

 

 

 

 

 

Daginne-Aignende

Daginne Aignend

Daginne Aignend is a pseudonym for the Dutch writer, poetess, photographic artist Inge Wesdijk. She likes hard rock music, fantasy books, and loves her animals. She’s the Poetry Editor of Whispers and has been published in many poetry journals, magazines and anthologies. She has a fun project website www.daginne.com

 

Jack Waller

Jack Waller is a 79 year old resident of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He has a Diploma in Theology from The Atlantic School of Theology. He’s a widower with 5 children and 5 grandchildren, he remarried to a husband. Jack has a deep faith and spirituality.

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