|by Lloyd Schwartz|
never . . .
They weren’t searching for the juxtaposition;
although he thought her ebullient,
they followed the same path through indigo
dusk, past the surging crowd, to a place more serene
and unexpectedly formed a connection;
some may call it serendipity.
She had prayed for serendipity,
as she had suffered an awkward juxtaposition.
she needed to reestablish her connection
with herself and her goals, to regain her ebullient
qualities, to become more serene,
and she discovered the way--through the indigo.
Yes, as she followed the boy through the indigo
she slowly discovered her serendipity
and how he could make her so serene--
a marvelous juxtaposition,
because he had thought her ebullient,
they forged their strong connection.
Since, they fostered their connection
through moods indigo
and otherwise, sometimes even ebullient,
trusting in the serendipity
of the original juxtaposition,
Lately they find it harder to remain serene;
while strengthening their connection
they juggle the juxtaposition
of jobs or school making them indigo
and the serendipity
of a new being so ebullient.
The baby makes all ebullient,
each day seems like serendipity
only deepening the connection
once found through the indigo--
a most welcome juxtaposition.
The serendipity of the connection
formed in the serene indigo:
ebullient and soulful in juxtaposition.
So, my lesson learned is, don't pick really difficult words unless you want to tie your brain in knots. Hopefully you enjoyed it somewhat anyway. I know this one sounds difficult, but I am still eager to see what you can come up with!! Try it out! I promise I won't bite.