A Perfectly Imperfect World

For every rhyme there is a reasonwant need

For every reason there is a need

For every need there is a want

both a very sacred thing


For every thing there is a place

And for every place there is a thing

the thing that place will have to hold

will cherish everything


For every watch there is a time

 For every time things all go by

some choices made we get to choose

the ones we don’t things go awry


Positive turns negative

and up they have their down

For every secret that’s revealed

One takes it place until we drown

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Things all in their place, time ticks innocently,

Nice and neat things all should be

wrapped up in paper and tied with string

but what a world would that leave me?

About JS Riddle

Indie Author of Supernatural Fiction. Publisher of Rise of a Queen, the first book in The Vampire Realm series. I love movies, books, video games, I live long and prosper and constantly attempt to use The Force (to no avail).I know what to do during a zombie apocalypse, although not sure what I would be able to do if the vampires were to take over the world or which side I would choose.

11 comments on “A Perfectly Imperfect World

  1. A neat world sounds dull and boring. A little chaos goes a long way.

  2. This is wonderful, lady! Thank you, we missed you being around.

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