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Is It Poetry

(1958 - / Bus-Boys And Poets, Washington D.C.)

Evolution


Evolution in the beginning was once similar in man it evolved everywhere.
Wrenched by sheer will from the past constant moving called time.
Two steps back it required that one open mind avoiding the blind.
From that dark hidden place filled with blue light water is.
Walking from there we wandered here cleaving to the cradle of life
not the extreme southern heat or cold northern lights.
These periods of time some were unbearably long hands stretched out
(historically we could not) upon pain of death teach about.
Some where, some how, some time I fell in love it happened.
And then one long leap we saw in relatively Enstien's major change.
Looking out now through each colored eye
and at every thing that vibrates and what about this is known.
These modifications of time now measured by line of sight distance is.
With strong mental clarity and with the fabric of thought and by blowing up
the bubbles in time my infinate parallel dream't reality.
By creating new forms of life by lifting every man up
so it forms a consciousness through genetic engineering it will occur.

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2014

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