Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Illusions of loss


There came my son, to transverse time and space.


Revisiting matter of the earth


To share with me all the worlds of possibility


In the realms of light and power


Infinity taking place swarms in


Protecting all I have left.. pieces of dancing magic


Starlight captured in a crystal shard


Looking around, visions of the old shape the new


Glimpses of an uncertainty hidden inside a deep slumber


Time slowing in every moment and disappearing


Giving me no sense of reality to hold onto


Reassuring thoughts once insignificant flow evenly inside


Wondering to oneself, to myself, to him..


Where have you gone my child?


The heavens hold a masterpiece as they always have


I stand outside wanting to hold long conversations with you


See all you’ve seen, understand the unknown


Ponder a parallel universe where I might be holding you


Safely wrapped under the arms of a mother


I am here, I like to imagine you with me


I love you as I love my self, as spirit, and as everything


Nature acts on its own will, directing the currents of life


I see you exist among light beings


I know you and Im not letting go.

5 comments:

  1. i came in and found peace.
    outside of the noises

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  2. I'll echo, old 333, lovely! :)

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  3. Reading, I held my breath
    Wondering, how can words
    be as strong as the wind
    as peaceful as death

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  4. Hi-ya, Eye-shuh; I hope things are going well for you!

    You write with an inspiration for others to grasp, and clasp with hands to hold this 'new from old', as in we have been around for a dominion of time, and lineges have written, and bitten apples of types, but some influence gripes with the tripes of viper tongues! (Biblical connotations)...

    I like your words, and am inspired. You are very clever: and are a wonderful person.

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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