Ecstasy And Solace In Rhythm

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Published on May 30, 2024, 11:43 am
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Michael Colon was born and raised in the Bronx. He currently resides in New York Coty and is excited to begin his writing journey. He loves creative writing, and his mission is to use his craft to impact the lives of others.

Michael’s writing style can best be described as introspective, reflective, direct, informative, and symbolic. He uses life’s many perceptual lenses to draw inspiration for his next piece.

The poem he wrote titled, Ecstasy and Solace in Rhythm, is a piece that describes the artistic flow and emotions that blend together with the sport of Basketball that he loves. Art in physical form creates a beautiful sport that he expressed in rhymes.

Ecstasy And Solace In Rhythm

All worries fade away on the paradise of asphalt.
The sun will always rise and set through the elevated goal.
In this sport, our indifference comes to a halt.

Elegant moves and explosive power in a game of constant thought.
The heartbeat of a game through wins and losses, stories are told.
All worries fade away on the paradise of asphalt.

Dreams and memories are preserved through sweating salt.
Jumpshots jump start the playground’s soul.
In this sport, our indifference comes to a halt.

Aerial acrobatics to the basket as an aggressive artistic assault.
Sitting on my round paint brush with the painted lines, a beauty to behold.
All worries fade away on the paradise of asphalt.

An empty court where so many lessons are taught.
Emptying all of me here makes me whole.
All worries fade away on the paradise of asphalt.
In this sport, our indifference comes to a haut.

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