Lazy Fingers

Lazy fingers
And an idle mind
To write off my worries
All in metered rhyme.

About what?
I know not still.
Just letting thoughts flow
At my heart’s own will

On pain and joy,
Suffering and strife,
Laughter and sorrow,
Death and life,

Slaves and masters,
Rich and poor,
Winning and losing,
Old age and youth,

Angels and devils,
Heaven and hell.
The good and the bad,
Stories to tell.

In all these cases
I strive real hard
To showcase my views
And utter my charm.

Lazy fingers
And my hot, weary head
Write of my worries
Shown in verses unsaid.

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About DCG

Poetry writing emerged in me as a channel to relieve my angst and aggression against life and express my emotions on subtle things. It became my diary for quite a while. Feel free to experience my thoughts. If you do require my feedback, please leave a note on my MESSAGE BOARD below. Thanks.
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13 Responses to Lazy Fingers

  1. Mary says:

    This is a good poem, Dennis. It could also serve as a list of topics for anyone who had writers’ block. It seems your muse works well, and I also get from this poem that you really enjoy writing & work hard to do it well! Write on.

  2. Abin says:

    a poem about the poetic process.interesting.funny too.

  3. Gordon G. says:

    An interesting and revealing take on how one goes through the creative process. Really well done and a pleasure to read.

  4. Serena says:

    Your poem flows so well, I could just read it over and over. The opening really grabbed me. You expressed the writing process so well.

  5. PhotoDiction says:

    I like the easy cadence here and the thoughts expressed so nicely. The list of topics would make a nice challenge for daily writing – but then again, so many of them are iconic aren’t they? Thanks for an enjoyable read.

  6. I love this, Dennis. You are such a faithful poster at the Pantry. So nice to see you here every Sunday:)

  7. Dennis, I dont have an email contact for you….would you please email mke at WildWoman2@shaw.ca ? Thanks, kiddo!

  8. I like the listing of the topics to write about….it abounds us, lazy fingers or not…..However, I think it is fear and doubts that hinder the creative process ~

    Nice to meet you at PP ~

  9. Jack says:

    I think many can relate to this! I do, for sure.

  10. Daydreamer says:

    I believe you speak for every poet! Extremely well written and honest.

  11. David King says:

    A fine, strong poem which was an enjoyable read for me. Thanks for this.

  12. You have set out many interesting contrasts i this poem, in pursuit of an answer for what it may be that worries one at any given time.

  13. Cad says:

    I like the focus on opposites here…

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