Rolling down streets full of cars,
taking people into realms of other dimensions,
feeling their ways in foggy mists of yesterday's memories.
Being aloft for moments in time, never being spoken about,
only set in rhymes one after another.
Catching phrases of intellect as they fall quickly into
tasty morsels of food for the brain.
Sounding boards of talent are always turned on and focused
intuitively on basics of life.
Entering depths of abandoning detachment, awaiting the
inevitable pressure of lonely emptiness in it's fathomless
pits of hell.
Other sides of the thought are being entertained and put to
sleep in astounding avenues of becoming verses.
Only awakening when the poems are being read by one other
than who's written it in depths of poetical mysteries.
Solace placating every idea as it rests in plentiful ease
of forsaken essences of the past.
No one any wiser as it sails around, never alighting in any
cove of purpose.
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|2||Finger Food, by Is It Poetry|
|3||Fish Food, by otteri selvakumar|
|4||Fish Food, by John Wheelwright|
|5||Food, by Bera Tremoz|
|6||Food, by Ibrar Siddiqi|
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|8||Food, by C. P. Sharma|
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|10||Food, by David Taylor|
|11||Food, by brandi reissig|
|12||Food Anymey, by otteri selvakumar|
|13||Food Court, by Govind Seshadri|
|14||Food Enthusiasts, by Joseph T. Renaldi|
|15||Food For The Gods, by Ted Sheridan|
|16||Food For Thought, by shimon weinroth|
|17||Food For Thought, by David Taylor|
|18||Food For Thought, by Esra Sloblock|
|19||Food For Thought, by AHO Speaks|
|20||Food For Thought (Amusing Poem), by Linda Racaniello|