Parental Advisory

Hear Ye. Hear Ye. Here we propose to posit prose poetry
forming a form of continuous connectivity,
to communicate considerable contemplative reflectivity.

Simply put, we pose this where
prose poetry is what you’ll hear
when wondering where the time went
while reading such rhyme wonderments
as oft are wrought, and revealed thusly,
each whit of wit written Hieronymously.

Mirror, Mirror

If mirrors remind us, let's reminisce a bit. 
Consider each phrase here, so syllables fit. 
Listen between words you see, or find missing, 
for the pauses that cause us such reminiscing. 
[Defined by those limits, points may be conceded, 
related, restated, and sometimes repeated.] 

This poem can mean, and be seen consequently 
as touching two hearts of a matter so gently 
that though it pass by, and fly just overhead, 
it's still better than having left one word unsaid. 

As you follow along with this song, hum the tune 
to greater your chances to see that, quite soon, 
despite its distractions, didactically speaking, 
you'll find peace of mind in the process of seeking. 

The farther you read of this, knowing how it 
relates two heart matters, and really commit 
to interpretations, translations in kind 
of all the paired things one might expect to find, 

yet be unable to say, or convey, or converse 
about what two hearts mean, or pertain to in verse 
as to which is the twin. This begins then explaining 
the facts of the matter, and thereto pertaining. 
To make it sound more like a cogent epistle, 
take note of your humming, and then start to whistle 
the tune in your head. As I said, it's a song 
consisting of whistling whilst listening along. 

Hear my thought. It ignites, as I write this conclusion. 
I write now that fighting might result in contusions, 
and bruising a losing of tempers would bring, 
or worse. If this verse wasn't whistled, who'd sing? 
That is the reason for such circumstances. 
Thank you for giving these words certain chances 
to fill your attention, considering why 
you're here lending ear, as it mirrors your eye.