Poet’s Corner

I met a stone wall today

I met a stone wall today

Our conversation was heavy

The weight of the words and thoughts seemed unbearable

Its stone boundary lines set limits to my limitless spirit

The stones being visual manifestations of my allegorical

time space continuum

My fourth dimension

Its solid and earthy forms creating some foundation of

reality

What is inside a stone — but a stone

What is inside of me — Is me

Neither solid, liquid, gas, nor organic

But the ephemeral taproot

Looking for its spirit well

Searching for its life source

Lifting that stone weight of my existence.

Lenny Hall

Lenny Hall is a student and observer of life without formal credentials, who finds inspiration on Martha’s Vineyard.

The Martha’s Vineyard Times welcomes contributions to Poet’s Corner. Dan Waters, former poet laureate of West Tisbury, will select poems to be published here. Submissions should be directed to dan@indianhillpress.com.