Mystery X

Mystery X

There you go again,
mystery bounce.
Zip, zap you flow,
make up some variant,
why don’t you.

Cause some blank space,
fill it with your void.
We wait for your explanation.
X shall I call you thing?

When I see you I multiply,
my thoughts they double, triple,

I crashed you X,
onto my papers,
into my mind,
through my eyes.

I am crumped with X.
Oh, but you are so fun,
you fiddle around.
I laugh at your lines.

You crisscross feign,
what do you equal?
What do you hide –
in your lexing lines?

You and your voiceless meme,
placing your X – an X!

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Sharing the twistings, and musings that twirl in my mind. Hoping others can relate, or at least enjoy... To know more about me personally you can visit my website at Mind Retrofit.
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2 Responses to Mystery X

  1. dedepuppets says:

    As a second language speaker I am quite slow understanding poetry. But I love this one. As you know I have this affinity to X šŸ™‚

    • Angel says:

      I am happy to hear this dedepuppets! I was hoping I could give X its proper adoration through word. We do share the X affinity!

      Many times I am unsure as to what my poems mean until I process the emotions, or feelings. The great thing about poetry is that even things that seem nonsensical can sound beautiful. Or it can carry a very powerful message through amazing word use. I think that is why it is so easy for me to pour out poetry, I do not have to try so hard to make sense to others – it is up to the reader to find meaning. (If any) Language, let’s say communication, can be a very hard thing for me in my own language. šŸ™‚

      I enjoy reading poetry even if I do not “get it.” It feels like a dance and the words carry their own tune.

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