A Writer's Eve (2017 In Review)
'A Writer's Eve (2017 In Review)'
© Raul Cortes Jr. 12/24/17
I've adapted to the circumstances.
And I've adapted words on the canvas.
Spoke the same language of whoever was laid on my heart.
Some were receptive, some grandstanded what I displayed in my art.
Using difficult words to explain something easier.
Using easy words to explain it more feasible.
I rhyme like water, clear & precise.
It can rain, snow, boil or turn into ice.
How ironic that I once served food at a college.
Ammunition aside, I had the "tech" when I entered a certain field of knowledge.
Logic & reasoning is important, understanding is supposed to be legible.
But very few can relate to my empathy, I'm a ruthless editor.
However my speech can be graceful, hence the code I'm using.
How can I, as a man, let one hand know what the other one is doing?
I can't always rely on my audience for a feed.
Because my talent is beyond the realm of reality in what I can achieve.
It has been a year of transition, from one job to another.
But one thing I'm not switching, from one God to another.
I can write without a pen, paper or a notepad app. Please believe it.
Consider my spatial capacity, out of season is still a season.
Its the dawning of a new day indeed.
I'm like an Adam naming atoms as I wait on my Eve.
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