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Censorious Ignorance

by Michaelw1two

 Intonate a spirited debate,
 explore the subtlety of doubt;
 compassionately seal one’s conjugation,
 inspire pairing’s deity;
 self-survivals issue mute,
 its sequella, each by chance deter;
 question quandary’s quenching quick,
 empyreal reality’s oddity.

 Convoke, thoughts sum in totality,
 reveal in this your fears;
 coetaneous mindsets mimic those,
 all secrecy, please set free;
 excitatory, proves that probe,
 it profiles everyone sincere;
 solipsism, revealed fantasy,
 each life, reflecting in soul confrere.

 Partisan secrecy, in hide laid bare,
 admits its failing bent;
 bluster slurries thrive,
 behind thin veil, truths foment lament;
 taciturnly, on wings of change,
 ideal belief, impulsion illuminates;
 diabrotic, one’s choice of drink,
 inscience, engineered ab initio.

 Thereunto, the future blind is placed,
 upon censorious dais;
 nonconscious essence, laced within,
 every minds object of desire;
 imperatives, those of nature’s own,
 establish trust in broad ideas;
 jeu d’espirit, exemplify these,
 opposition, inflates derisory odds.

 Absquatulate, this lividity,
 living’s frisson spiraling enmity;
 distensioned life, holds this stress,
 future’s truth remains unmet;
 positioned concept challenged all,
 its touch does one enumerate;
 propositus, friend by friend employ,
 mind, most precious entity.

Jan. 2010

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