Monday, July 11, 2011

Not Guilty

I don’t want to hear the jury’s logic

No thought or twisted reason

No instinct or whim of fancy

My heart fluttered like rapids on a river

Interrupted my buzz

A poem for the world

Galloping to resist the echo of

Not guilty

For Wordle 12


Mary said...

This is a verdict that will be talked about for years to come. I am not sure what her life will be like after this. She will have to live with herself.

Anonymous said...

Interesting, Henry. And the words work to convey the truth of the poem. I would love to have read your process notes on this.


Traci B said...

I'm with Margo, Henry; I'd like to know what brought this poem out of the wordle. Well done, whatever prompted it.

flaubert said...

Me too, Henry. I would love to know how you arrived at this. Nicely done.


Susannah said...

I love to see what comes out of the wordle words. Yours was intriguing and nicely done. :-)

brenda w said...

I love this one, Henry. Timely and well arranged. Your use of galloping is brilliant.

Mr. Walker said...

Henry, concise and powerful. The ending is perfect, "Galloping to resist the echo of / Not guilty".


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