two timings (juggler’s slog)

The catches weighed heavily in her palm
What is wrong, she wished to ask
Each pinwheeled version of a throw was calm
Released by a shuffle
Her mental tasks still yet

Incomplete, Time passed
She would shift from left to right
Feeding for her friend at last
He had taught, she learned fast
How to flip the situation around


3 thoughts on “two timings (juggler’s slog)

      1. “Enjambment forces the reader’s eye to the next line before they’ve completely processed the thought, creating tension between word and idea.”

        I like the concept more than the word even though it deals with limbs which are tree like, linking one branch of thought with another. Maybe I ought to think of it more like a gibbon swinging from one area of the forest nimbly to another.


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