Rubik’s Cube

Rubik's CubeRubik’s Cube,

You sit there

On my desk,

Taunting me.

Still perfect,


All colors


As they

Were meant

To be.

You want

So badly

For me

To twist,

To turn,

To blemish

Your uniformity.

I know what

You’re thinking,

You devious,

Three dimensional


You’re certain

That I’m

Not up

To the task

Of returning


To your

Perfect state.

What you’re


Is that

Were I

To Lay

A Hand

On You,

I’d screw

You up

To the

Point where

You’d never be

Your true self


How dare you,

Rubik’s Cube!

You don’t

Know me.

I am

A puzzle

Much more


Than you

Could EVER

Hope to be.

Let’s see

You try

To solve me,


I’m going

To leave you


On my desk

To remind


That the


Of perfection

Isn’t worth

The hassle.

About Austin

Native New Yorker who's fled to the quiet life in Maine. I write movies, root for the Yankees, and shovel lots of snow.
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27 Responses to Rubik’s Cube

  1. howardat58 says:

    Seven years of my life studying mathematics turned out to be of absolutely no help in solving the damn rubik’s cube. So much for education!

  2. howardat58 says:

    and I love the poem

  3. markbialczak says:

    Ha! I don’t think I could figure out the cube or your poetic cadence, Austin. Good poem.

  4. I just pull the stickers off…go for it, Austin!

  5. =) Pobody’s Nerfect anyway

  6. grannyK says:

    Ha! I love this!

  7. Love this! You will find this hard to believe…because you know, I’m not the brightest of sparks, but I did complete a rubik’s cube once! I think I was about seven! Perhaps, just a strike of luck?

  8. mercurynii says:

    Rubik’s cubes- annoying. I enjoyed this poem πŸ™‚

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