The professor’s name sounds pleasant
Early spring mornings
What makes it look like a bird?
Or a bat
Or a butterfly
McCartney’s band after the Beatles
Looks like a beetle too, a little
Are my associations getting loose?
I wonder how many things I should find
“We’ll search forever more…”
This class is sorta stressing me out
I found that monster in my dresser drawer
I hate Number IV
Do you think I’m decompensating?
“Stuck inside these four walls
Sent inside forever…”
This is just for practice, right?
Submitted for dVerse Poets Pub, dVerse Poetics, Stream ofConsciousness Writing
This was interesting a nice interesting piece of writing........
great exercise right - lovd how you linked it all together I perfectly followed your stream of thoughts - right down to beetle/beatle - how attentions were caught - questioning - state and environ - brillantly done - Love lib
ha, sure its practice...i often let my mind ramble in class...might explain the grades though...fun trip through your mind...smiles.
What a great idea, to take the Rorschach test on a poetic stream of consciousness. And I do love that mouse.
Ah - this is too close to some truths I recognize for comfort - very close - you've either been reading my mail or you've been there too, well done
this was really fun (confess I had to google Rorschach)
Oh excellent.. your SOC worked so well in this internal monologue of a mind sorta unravelling.
smiles...a lovely spring morning is much better spent outside than in a classroom, no matter how pleasant the name of the professor may sound..
I used to write little free association poems like that sometimes. God, they got to be a mess.
Some of the loosest associations I've read in a while. (grin) Always fun to see how the mind of a poet works.
Fantastic ending. Kind of like, "I know the answer, but I'll ask anyway."
that was fun and insightful
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