Daphne Mia Bell

(West Des Moines, Iowa, USA)

An - Poem by Daphne Mia Bell

Worship rights performed
Ritual of Excess
mystiqueness and shock
Hanging Coffins
a common Tradition
Burying the unknown Ten Southern Provinces of China
Suspended caskets with sons of the cliff
Their nature to struggle with Heaven
As their means dynasty arise to power
The minority were not se respected
Hanging Coffins
Ritual of Excess Remnants of an ancient catwalk
Methods of access were Universal
People waiting for water levels to enter casket
Holes representing destiny
Dragon ancient God river
Waterfall, Steep Cliffs, Tiger Mountains
Oriental Life, Tradition of Invention On amie mieux dire du
mal de soime me que
de n'en point parler Hanging Coffins
Cleansing painful memories
Hanging Coffins
Rotten Coffin, Skeletons hanging upright
Hanging Coffins
Crossing bridges ensuring easier passage to Heaven Hanging Coffins
Cleansing Painful memories
Hanging Coffins
Rotten Coffin, Skeletons, Hanging upright
Hanging Coffins
Crossing Bridge ensuring easier passage to happier times Ping te, fu, Yung, hsin, Ch'eng.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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