A writers mark and a poets flow

Writing with ink so black

A quill, a feather of a Ravens wing

Scratching scribble for all to be seen 

Marks on your mind and black ink sucking words into a black hole 

Fingers turn black 

Paper no longer clean

Smear of a writers mark

Poets smarts

Talk of the unseen

A paper waiting to be written

waiting for the quill to make its mark

A black smear a writers mark

A flow, a rhythm, a rhyme

A poets mark, they make on your mind

Readers charm and a poets flow

Such reasoning behind there madness

of words coming together in rhythm and rhyme  

This is a writers mark and a poets flow

About Amanda D Shelton

I write poetry, I also create digital art. I am disabled I suffer from high functioning autism, chronic pain, Dystonia, and Muscle dystrophy. My writing is a reflection of my thoughts and experiences. I blog because I love writing. I write because my emotions are too strong to express any other way. I have been told I am exhausting to speak to because I have a lot to say. My IQ is above 200 and I have Savant Syndrome. I was diagnosed at the age of 33 with high functioning autism and Savant Syndrome. I make friends very easily because I don't have boundaries and I am not shy. I am very honest and welcoming. I love people and animals. I always look forward to writing in my blog Gothic Realms Dark Visions In The Night. I hope to see you there. Feel free to leave a comment and like my posts.
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One Response to A writers mark and a poets flow

  1. Reblogged this on Poets We Are and commented:

    A poem I just posted onto Personality 101.

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