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Cut From A Cloth Less Bland
By Mark Cantrell
Is ever so sartorial,
Don’t you think?
The way it’s worn cuts such a dash,
In the fine rush to catch
One might think, from this,
The Sane-about-town suffer such a fret,
About the reaction of the crowd.
Insane, now there’s something else,
A bold flourish,
An organic miasma,
A flirty little quirk, dancing with eccentric
Punctuation, through the clauses
Of the norm.
Good old Insane, now there’s a style
Pulsating with livid, liquid fluidity
Through the threadbare garment of life.
Here, in its indifference
To public consensus lies the outrage
Of the Grey,
A salute to stark raving madness made raucous
In the paradigms of paraded
Sane, well, it may be so sartorial,
But when it comes to the
Tailor-made trappings of personality,
Then Sane is a very poor suit
20 November 2009
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