Juxtapositions

 

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My morning walk expands my day

Mixing two colors brings a third

Juxtaposition of two words or phrases

Brings a fresh thought

A ladder standing next to an empty garden

Or goats knocking on my door

A glass of scotch or a glass wine

How do you start

To add meaning to your day?

What’s the meaning of starting your day?

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simply juxtaposition

walking is forever
never obsolete
riding a bicycle

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not to be forgotten
a desire to climb
or dance

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others address a cloudy sky,
line a sidewalk
or turn to what we can not know

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or simply sit, read or write
a juxtaposition, silence and music,
poetry can change everything.

note: This April marks the 20th anniversary of National Poetry Month.