Mystery (1)

To describe mystery’s flavor

Slips off the tongue with ease


The discrepancies of existence

Are told with descriptive rave


To bear mystery’s load—

An educated mind couldn’t

A simple man wouldn’t

Even a curious mind would not understand


But just for the sake of expressing the unknown,

He would rave,

Though he wouldn’t have a clue


Think for a moment on mystery

Did something not seem right?


Out of place?




Mysteries take us above to try and

Understand life out and about


The philosopher will end his sentence saying, eh?



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