Monday, June 15, 2009

Sitting Pretty

In the corner of my sanitized view to my left
A professor emeritus
A capped staccato of dignity and service
Sitting pretty in the rows reserved for tenured stature
In the midst of the congregation of celebrated minds
In the auditorium of distinguished persuasions
A picture of ancient youthfulness so pristine
The anthem of genes crafted by generations of scholarship and fortitude
One beautiful day I will sing of her praises to my daughter
Sitting pretty by her side until her light shines so bright


Nana Yaw Asiedu said...

You 'wicked' wordsmith. So many beautiful creations: "congregation of celebrated minds"; "anthem of genes", etc. And how did you think to put the words "ancient", "youthfulness" and "pristine" together in one sentence and still maintain such truth and integrity in it?

I have studied the clockworks of "Sitting Pretty" and, from the little I know, it is a glimpse of Poetry Heaven. Well done, my great friend.

Do you want to discuss playing music on your blog?

novisi said...


so we've said it before (Nana and I, i remember) that words come naturally to you so much it's poetry!

Nana has said it all i guess!

this is beautiful. the art is crispy!

posekyere said...

Thanks NY.
Yes. As you can see we are all learning at your feet. I would like to discuss playing music on this blog.
Let me know what you think.

posekyere said...

Gosh Nov!
Flattery they say will get you everywhere.Hahaha.
Thanks for your ever positive comments.

Adaeze said...

Wow Posekyere this is excellent!
I also loved the sentence with the words ancient youthfulness so pristine. This was simply beautiful.

posekyere said...

You are so sweet, Adaeze.
Thanks for your positive comments.