Malaise

Erudite Echoes Faintly 
Fugacious farces sagaciously; 
Sanity sails through
Tactile tablature 
Rabid ramnifications  galvanize
Ghostly Galanty macabre
Malaise mullishly haunts,
Halcyon hours .
Prompted at : Inspire me thursday!
P.S: Trying something new here.. Mostly this might not make much sense. but there is an underlying meaning.. Can you guess ?
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11 Comments

  1. No idea!! This went right above my head!!

    A wild guess: The crow flew through the window and stole the fish 🙂

  2. Woah! The highly alliterative feel that this gives is one of deep solitude, and thoughts on rampage 🙂

    Way off the mark I guess… but then this is simply going by instinct.

    Awesome verbiage 🙂

  3. Uncannily, this is same title with which I finally posted a write on AP, just last night. Lol!

  4. Biju 😀 😀 I write like this once in a blue moon and then forget what idea I had in mind 😀

    Usha.. ah the words are googled out actually the difficult ones atleast..

    I was trying to portray the outrage at the “rabid ramifications” of certain individuals…

    erm not really sure now on afterthought 😀

  5. Interesting choice of words. I like it. 🙂

  6. Lovely!

    I could actually see a pattern in the write..
    Is it something like we have a poetic structure of words in the sequence
    AAB
    BBC
    CCD
    DDE
    .
    .
    So on..?

    And lol, I thought this was some sort of a competition today with each one wanting to post a poetry on “Malaise” apparently this is my third read with the same title in less than 12 hours!!
    Hehe, Loved each of them and the contrast between them.

    Lovely!@

  7. well ner came across a poem of this sort before
    The letter of the last word in a line is the starting letter in the next line..wat is it called..some specific style?

    n i find the witch cute.. well yea..y not? 😀

  8. I loved the alliteration and the rise and fall of deep sounds.

    Do chk out my new poem too…I left a comment on ur other blog as well.

  9. I have no clue what you were hinting at. The ambivalent crisscrossing of abundant images seems to suffice for now!

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