On A Park Called Stanley

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On A Park Called Stanley

On A Park Called Stanley
by George C. Palaganas a.k.a. Cool Dela Peña
The gallows of refreshing idleness
sleepy parchments, locquacious and evergreen
minks,racoons and squirrels, ostensibly responsive
impeccably bewitched and stalked.
Men of silence, peace and tranquility
rested astuteness in crabbing omnipotence
embrace walkways in refined rectitude
learn to kill time in savored perfection.
Trees immesurably divine
conquers the breeze from a land afar
yellow,red and magenta on fall
but definitely refoliages comes springtime.
Mammoth fishes spans for a show
lives on an aquarium, all in aglow
whistles,catcalls and earnest soar
combines refinements, lurks in a row.
Biker lanes surreptitiously marked
next to spaces for trekkers of miles
dances atuned to revelry row
ever indignant, ever decried.
Chances upon me , oh decripitly slow
on yachts around it, converges on cow
linger on and around the peninsula
with colorful sails succinctly bequested.
Half of the road and half of the scions
raise their minicas all for the damed
cups of lapiz lazuli before stone arts
crumble not for the day entwines.
Men of silence,peace and tranquility
hoist their graces in picnic fancy
for all through the day, a caviared piety
in certainty, on a park called Stanley.

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T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

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