Frequency by Jeffery Martin

I choose not to waddle in the mud

for other’s delight bathe in darkness when I shower

in the light

 

Nothing is more tragic than a view casted down whose silhouette marks perfection

but smile denotes clown

 

An unthinking being paraded as a star

are diamonds still diamonds when they have no

idea who they are

 

I want to be surrounded by splinters

of living air ride the backs of sages

who always point somewhere

refusing masks of lower frequencies

typecast in roles of other’s comedies

 

Parallel words stand in stark contrast

as master and slave drink from the same flask positions unchanged trends unobstructed

high mode of frequencies corrupted

 

© Jeffery Martin

Storage Chamber

Excerpt from the book Storage Chamber

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20645101_10210024379835016_6687973742195305575_oAbout the Author

Author Jeffery Martin has written 10 books and contributed poetry to 7 anthologies. “Weapon of Choice” won the 2008 New Jersey Beach Book Festival ‘Best Book of Poetry’ and honorable mention in both the New York Book Festival and London Book Festival. Mr. Martin, a storyteller, has also used stories to inspire classrooms and youth groups in both New York and California. While living in Rochester New York he founded the BEHOLD Theater group (he hopes to kick start this again) which introduced to youth to various disciplines within the arts, ranging from Poetry to Fencing. Recently retired from the Los Angeles Unified School District he plans on taking poetry, drumming and storytelling on the road to reach a broader audience. He is currently writing a film script with hopes of releasing it sometime in 2018. His most recent book is “Jus Sayin” released in June 2017 is a myriad of thoughts he has shared over social media over the past few years.

Visit Jeffery’s Author Page At www.ctupublishinggroup.com/jeffery-martin-.html

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