NOT A CAR BUT A VISION
Antara her name she told me.
Sanskrit, with a literal meaning:
“In the middle; in between; within”.
Quietly manifesting this current skin
Magnificent? That and then some!
COUPLING AND DECOUPLING
Power she had in mind, in body too
He also had his power, duly exerted
And weaknesses (carefully disguised)
They once so hip, but now replaced
Following their gradual disrobement
As together all’s well that ends well
I could, I know
Or so I thought
Till I woke – Saw
I would if I could
But I can’t
So I shan’t
And as for your
I leave you free
To go play
In your own
WIELDING THE FORCE
Jobsworths* and Presidents
Share the same brazen* view
What’s the point of power
If you don’t abuse it?
*Jobsworth: a minor factotum whose only status comes from enforcing otherwise petty regulations.
*Brazen: Unrestrained by a sense of shame; rudely bold.
Here’s to tomorrow
Recalling bien sûr
That the sole change
We are capable of
Is the seed we plant
In this current moment
GAME, SET AND MATCH
Fear is the mind killer it’s said
But isn’t it as clear arrogance
(Its crooked by-blow offspring)
Is never lagging too far behind
She taught him this years ago
But sadly he failed to learn it
He taught her this years ago
But sadly she failed to learn it
To blame … teacher or pupil?
Or maybe it’s a double fault