Uluru

Uluru 1982 (Calgary)



This rock, which exudes zero effervescence , vibrates at a consistently low level.
The complexion is ruddy and the filigree is noticeably dull.
The formation is inseparable from this realm; the burden undeniable.
The appearance is not an illusion yet an inanimate object-paraphernalia can be thrown out, kicked
around or euphemistically groped.
Unfortunately, the accoutrement of Uluru is just a series of monolithic, defunct procedures
throughout this era.
Azoic simulacrums discover different courses of action, abandoning the banality of glitter and beauty
to encapsulate the disagreeable, deplorable gargoyles.
The distinguishable composition of this geomorphology is a sunder of oxidized monohydrate crystals.

The Nihilarian patience of Job is the hidden meaning of the altruistic embodiment of Agathism.

About this poem

I wrote this poem throughout the course of separation from an abusive relationship; dissolving the entrapments of expository assumptions I slowly find the puzzle pieces to guide the oddities out of the distorted mesh of false promises and disappointments.

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Written on February 18, 2024

Submitted by positivechoiceseducation on April 28, 2024

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Uluru

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