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Thought For Food...

The purification of breast milk,
Concedes enough emotion to the purity of life,
A thin string of set silk,
Has more maturity than spite,
Intertwining fourth dimensions,
With impressive light,
Cruel yet honest intentions,
Bring forth the abnormalities of the children of the night,
Indecisive minds tend to speak on the profound,
My word’s create worlds without being passively dumbfound,
I hold the Tao of the future, you hold the Tao of now,
Critical masses,
Gather in chapters,
Of a book untold,
Only to be read by fascists,
Actors with masks,
Prefer to write their story fast,
With a chisel and a hammer,
Time is kept intact,
Glamour is in fact irrelevant,
As the clock’s motions being to pass,
Penny for a thought?
I got plenty, make me rich,
I eat thought for food,
While I tattoo life’s a bitch,
On to the earth’s surface,
I am yet to travel spontaneously,
Life’s journey is open,
Without a cage to be containing me,
Eradicate notions of sun burnt English,
Confused by drowning this set language,
Features are distinguished,
Not by fashion,
But anguish...

If a picture's worth a thousand words,
I've pained a thousand pictures,
If a scream is worth a thousand dreams,
I've dreamed a thousand whispers...

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The following comments are for "Food For Thought"
by Devious


I am old fashioned, you know that. I find most free writing difficult to follow....but I recognise exceptional work when I see it, and this is.

'Indecisive minds tend to speak on the profound,'

This is the most profound piece of work I have seen in a long time....does that make you indecisive?

I hope you recognise, that it does. And I am not suprised, you writings tell me that you are a young man, stuggling with the realities of a mad world. I am an older man struggling with the same realities, but do not ignore the past and other peoples views, they are going to be part of your future and then will become part of your past.

I am amazed that I have found so much out about you in your written work and this as given me a futher insight into the power of the pen!

Your quote at the end, it is brilliant. Is it your own, if not would you give it the credit it deserves by naming the author. If it is I am envious of your ability and insight.

Please, please, keep posting and sharing.


( Posted by: ivordavies [Member] On: June 19, 2004 )

Illogic, Ivor...
The quote in my sig is Illogic, Ivor.

( Posted by: Devious [Member] On: June 19, 2004 )

Nice read
I agree with Ivor....keep posting and sharing. I enjoyed this immensely.

( Posted by: Char [Member] On: June 19, 2004 )


I have revisited this, you got you title wrong way round, didn't you? I will lay odds it should have been 'Thought for Food'!

I hope you drag more of us old fashioned poetsto your world.

Have Fun


( Posted by: ivordavies [Member] On: June 20, 2004 )


Sorry I have just noticed in you main post this is exactly the title you used!

Was you trying to confuse us old uns?


( Posted by: ivordavies [Member] On: June 20, 2004 )

Maybe... I won't answer any questions directly, I like to keep some mystery about it.

( Posted by: Devious [Member] On: June 20, 2004 )

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