The Case For Clarity

The case for clarity

proceeds today

in no particular 




Proceed please,

How many chambers

exist inside your heart?

Upon discovery of

fault, you uncover

a red burning anguish

unfelt before,

a fissure

runs through 

your heart,

There, unseen

exists another 


another tomb

The case for clarity

Should resume

As exacting as

a mathematician’s 


an excavation 

engineered to 

logical persuasions,

as revered, as notated

as adhered to,

the case 

for clarity Is clear

Open every door

every chamber

once ignored

The case for clarity

should be explored.

©Jay Mora-Shihadeh

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