I Dig Poems

With a thinking shovel I dig
Ideas in my head
Out come words, small and big
Upon a thoughtful bed
I never knew physics or math
Law or geometry
I only learnt to dig up words
To form a poetry

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59 thoughts on “I Dig Poems

    1. I am an artistic-literary profile. I was never good at math. The image of this poem is very beautiful. Love the idea of a thinking shovel digging up words to craft poetry. Apparently simple, clear and lovely rhymes.

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  1. Nice imagery. I went on a archaeology dig – Hohokam indians in Arizona, when a senior in High School. Worked in the university’s museum for a semester as well. This was before the Indian Jones movies. Spent other times digging dirt and manure- no treasures there however. Thanks for sharing this poem!

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