Wednesday, July 8, 2009

The Theme of The Day: Corruption

Dear Bruce: The theme of the moment seems to synchronistically play the room and that is; Corruption. In the Bruce Hamilton poem Corruption, the theme continues to weave words with much aplumb. Corruption can be in the hurtful words that keep us "in control" and perpetually "under thumb" whosoever owns that thumb. Likely corruption begins at birth. The smooth flow probably halted by words that say never when really, they should never say never, again!

1 comment:

  1. Dear Bruce: This is quite fine; the "mares eat oats and the doe's eat oats and little lambs eat ivy"...oh I get it! It's the dirty 30's all over again. Corruption being vast? As in complete? So then the "dippy" lambs are in reference to; "lambs gone bad"? (I'm bad, I'm bad...MJ Memorial..thanks for the memories!)You are abSOULutely INcredible Sir Bruce! Jane JOnes