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Sketching portraits in iambs -- metered thought --
He reflects the gamut of emotion
And presents plainly -- no judgement wrought
Kaleidoscopes of man’s psychology,
Enlightening the unconscious ocean.
Swimming in pools -- egos -- other than his own,
Peradventure punning philology
Explaining nothing but likely motives
And bringing value judgements to naught
Remain his immortal and human concerns,
Examining and conveying in turn.

The quickest way for me to learn something new is to first understand why I'd like to learn it.

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The following comments are for "SHAKESPEARE"
by poeteye

Swimming in pools...
Enticing and wondrous words accompanied by an evocative and engaging vision - a superb poem! I very much like line 6.

( Posted by: dianahayes [Member] On: December 12, 2003 )

Very Nice
Very nice I must say I'm impressed. Your word usage is great and it makes it just plain AWSOME!!!:)

( Posted by: lovesessence [Member] On: December 13, 2003 )

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