Mario Albert Cepeda


'Black Body Radiates light'


This day magic comes against reality
reality against smoky mirror
mirror against soul
soul against a glimmer
of darkness
because
even though
some say
darkness is not good
rather have light
understood
Yet, darkness is what light uses
to spring
so imbued.

Rather have white angel
than black
so called, virtuous spirituality
a winner
above desperate, shallow shoal
shimmers
regardless
what was
did know
today
black body radiate blood
excite
not brood
about some other’s abuses
laught to sing
as you should.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Edited: Friday, October 02, 2009

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