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TITLE: Turned Around And Lost My Thought
By Temple Miller
11/23/07
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Secular and Christian audience. I am attempting whimsical for secular readers and perhaps a bit profound for Christians who believe that nothing is lost or wasted with God. It is a question mark shape in Word.
Turned around and lost my thought Temple Miller 11/23/07

What happens to a lost thought
that brief little spark
of an unborn star
not even a real twinkle
just a hope of a flicker
a would-be-flareís fizzle

does it evaporate
or can it radiate
to a new time dimension
a more-called-for occasion
another soulís declaration

Destination: Cosmos

bare fancies and notions
are gathered and sorted
in heavenís
conceptual
conservatory
to be reborn andÖ

reformed by Martin Luther
dreamed in Dr. King Jr.
plunked onto Sir Isaac Newton

fine-tuned thru Beethoven and Bach
injected in Pasteur and Salk
composed within Byron
Defoe and Thoreau

or

jettisoned
via
Leno
and
Lettermanís

improvisations
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