• Jafei Pollitt

Day #54 : Spirallinnnngggg :)

Today’s form is called a Madrigal. Its origins are from Italy and the English version of the form was created by Geoffrey Chaucer. It’s got a lot of refrains and some rhyming!

Be Careful With Your Head

To have boundless freedom, one must re-collect All the bundles of fragile, abstract lost notes Willing to falter from their heads to their throats

We settle on rules of hope to bind and check Reviving the safety that sanity boasts To have boundless freedom, one must re-collect All the bundles of fragile, abstract lost notes

If you drift along days with thoughts that infect The oaks will unbind and you’ll start to hear ghosts The city melts glass, birds flicker hums up close It’s too late now there’s no space to find regret All the bundles of fragile, abstract lost notes. Willing to falter from their heads to their throats.

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