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Punctuating Life

By the_jlorraine All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry / Mystery

Preface

I typed

And the wall hit me.

Blinking and pressuring me to go beyond.

Thinking, my mind flashed through every road, every blank page that was gradually filled with colors.

Colors! In amazement I grew different.

Pondered I with curiosity

Just a bit more” says the ‘I

Cramming and still it’s blinking steadily

And in one movement of a finger, 

splashed out a new world unveiled.

-Ideas in a Slash-
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