She’s de
to do some
…..{that matters}
today, de
-spite all this
intricate sting.
see, here
’s the thing:
the truth
is in the


Inspired by Shawna, who asked me for a “3de” poem today. 

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6 Responses to dimensional

  1. Hedera says:

    I love that the word “dimensional” hides all kinds of goodies that describe you. First and foremost, “demented.” 😉 And then there’s “dim.” LOL. Just kidding. But I’m sure you feel that way, with all that junior high math you’re having to deal with these days. “Dim and shine on/all.” You definitely do that. As do I. The dim/shine cycle. (That’s a variation of “dim sum,” obviously … which I’ve never actually eaten.)

    Ooh, now I see “Die, Men! Shun all.” 😛

    Then “termined” hides “terminated,” “terminator,” and “termite.” Hey, term-ite has to do with wishing this semester would hurry up and get eaten up already. I feel the same way!

    “determined to do some-thing that matters” … Are you saying what I think you’re saying? 😉 I’d say that’s a good goal, really.

    Ooh, “de-spit all this.” For you, that means spitting out all the yucky stuff. But for me, that would mean un-spitting what shouldn’t have been spat. It’s a creative way to hit the rewind button.

    I love that “sting” means different things. I’m picturing you being a cop, in on some kind of drug bust … but not for drugs. Prostitution? Yeah, you were a prostitute. But you’re trying to help the cops take down the pimp or something. 😉 Or maybe it’s just a sex-trade type of deal and you’re trying to get yourself and all the other abused girls out alive.

    “the truth is in Thee” … That IS the bottom line, isn’t it?

    “de-tales” 🙂 Love!

  2. “de-tales” – Spin them while you can 🙂
    I’m sure you are implying that the de-vil is in the truth or vice versa? That’s the way with all my stories anyway!

  3. Candy says:

    de – lightful!

  4. Kir Piccini says:

    I nodded and smiled my way through every stanza.
    Your words are de-licious.

  5. ihatepoetry says:

    Your poems are fun to read out loud. I’m heading up to the roof with a megaphone.

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