Chaotic Simplicity, Poetry by Kelly Rice

Genre: dark, depression, bipolar

Chaotic simplicity
by Kelly Rice

I struggle to put words into sentence
For my mind is full of emptiness
Words are familiar
But don’t define meaning
Until the sentence structure
Is so tight it is suffocating
And inhaling vernacular
Exhaling rhythm
And metaphorically speaking
Behind the door of a room
That enters into apostrophe
That’s been resting in bed
For years in silence
Till now somehow
Something inspiring
Sparks up concepts and ideas
Of constant words flowing
And flooding into
A computer desktop
Placed on a table
Covered of garbage
And cigarette butts
Overflowing in a ceramic ashtray
I have no other option really
Except to create words of chaos
Subtly turning them into simplicity

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