|John Cage (Wikipedia)|
Kerry introduced US composer John Cage to the Imaginary Garden with Real Toads today. He is most famous for his composition entitled 4’33, which refers to four and a half minutes of silence...silence that is anything but soundless.
He is also known for his “poem” ...
"I have nothing to say, and I am saying it, and that is poetry."
Unlike many Real Toads members, I am not participating in National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo) but I couldn't resist the idea of writing nothing about nothing today. Keep a watch on the Real Toads blog, however, my friends, because I am contributing a prompt to keep the others on their Toad-toes.
The Big Goose Egg
I also have nothing to say,
and I can say it in rhyme,
I can say it once or twice today,
or I can say it all the time.
nothing’s a nonentity,
a nobody, unknown,
and I can write it in a book
or express it in a poem.
nothing, nada, zero, zilch,
is all I have to say
because it seems I’m feeling quite