‘You Will Not Relate to this Poem'(new poem)

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

You Will Not Relate to this Poem
By Maggie McGinity

Ethos before noon
Theory before six
Tuesday after renew
Rescue dress after this

Rehearsal, then rehearsal
Class, then class
A make-up for something
Never meant to pass

Determine destination
All required item(s)
Wheels round and round
Or four just as I find them?

Depends upon my choice
Time spent and the timing
I’ve never known this noise
Will I meld in or be miming?

Jus d’orange, en deux ou trois?
Glaces, long as I carry.
If not, my mannerisms
May become trop scary

Green, green, as the wanton Spring.
No sacrifice, no riot-rite.
Mean, mean, to the power cling,
All flutters, mutters of tonight.

Lay out, laid down, all the days.
Chamomile calamity.
Wander, worried, all the ways
The finished work will find me.”

Quotes:

“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”
-Marie Curie

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