BTRIPP (btripp) wrote,
BTRIPP
btripp

not much to read ...

Well, there was a discussion of sorts of one-word-per-line poems on IRC last night with cydniey and others (she posted one in her journal, and orien posted another, and then I looked up one of mine, etc.) and, well ... I was planning on getting someting written last night, so ended up cranking out one of these too. Oh, boy. Yeah, not the "bestest" of my work, but hey, they can't all be brilliant! Don't like this one? There are hundreds of others over at http://i.am/btripp ... my big archive site!


                    FORTY WORDS


                    absence
                    emptiness
                    damage
                    duration
                    focus
                    fading
                    flying
                    failing

                    nothing
                    abysses
                    maelstrom
                    internment
                    greyness
                    miasmas
                    declining
                    vertical

                    silence
                    chaotic
                    testimonial
                    vision
                    blindness
                    triumphant
                    stampeding
                    mundane

                    elements
                    fractured
                    adversity
                    extended
                    frustration
                    endless
                    suffer
                    eternal

                    settling
                    skeleton
                    drifting
                    detritus
                    death
                    despair
                    anguish
                    ache



                             - Brendan Tripp
                                02/06/2002

                    Copyright © 2002 by Brendan Tripp
 
 



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