Words’ cage

Words cage short poem

I discovered a way
a way that can bind,
all scattered thoughts
that run in my mind.

Now I recollect them
pick as I like,
categorize, prioritize
and bring them alive.

It all starts with the first line
sitting in, or
commuting to,
home
I confine these wandering thoughts
into words’ cage we call
poem.

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