A Measure of Perception

A Measure of Perception

The person thought
they had keen ingenuity
Foresight was done with single acuity

The popular hues
showed up in their eyes
Pale and scanty colors
were to be demised

Slowly the faint did vanish away
Only to leave holes of decay

To measure our perceptions
with only one verse
Will lead to a
disintegrating immerse

Give chance to the scattering
vague and the weak
So the enchantment of being
can have it’s mystique

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About kwicksand

Sinking in the quicksand of my thoughts. ~David Bowie
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5 Responses to A Measure of Perception

  1. The popular hues showed up in their eyes, pale and scanty colors. This is so good. I never thought about eyes having a popular hue, but of course they do.
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