Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Poem, Enough, 12-27-11

Enough of this suggestive means to enslave
Enough of this mindless careening to grave
Enough of this centuries old thinking on sex
Enough of this indentured duty you've bought
Enough of this travesty of tangles and knots
Enough of entrapment, enough of the clock
Enough! You've been stripped of your soul and your luck!

in·den·ture (n-dnchr)
n. 1. A contract binding one party into the service of another for a specified term. Often used in the plural.
2. a. A document in duplicate having indented edges.
b. A deed or legal contract executed between two or more parties.
c. An official or authenticated inventory, list, or voucher.
3. Indentation.
tr.v. in·den·tured, in·den·tur·ing, in·den·tures
1. To bind into the service of another by indenture.
2. Archaic To form a small depression in (a surface).

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