I Let My Mind Wander

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I Let My Mind Wander by Kenn Nesbitt

Whenever there’s something
I think I should ponder,
I’ll drift in a daydream
and let my mind wander.

My mind will meander,
and ramble, and roam,
and flitter, and flutter
a long way from home.

It randomly ambles
through theory and thought.
It thinks about things
it was probably taught.

It flickers through feelings.
It dances through dreams.
It contemplates concepts
and sketches out schemes.

It likes to go rolling
and strolling astray
until it has practically
wandered away.

But now I’m confounded
and all out of whack.
Today my mind wandered
and never came back.