Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)


Ice-Bergs Impossibilities Sinking


remember dark cloud
shatterer dreams crushing
visions diminishing

there is no art
there is no creativity
there is no divinity

except rectangle framed
tradition copied small brained
critics smeared new flames

youth cometh forth
bright eyed fresh birth
create exceptional visions

write paint sculpt tip
pure ice-berg potential
floating free exceptional

only tip time permitting
but at illuminating least
tip piercing ice-berg cast

leave ice cubes
lesser fragmented minds
solid frozen rule locked

remember dark cloud beating
destruction cloud threatening
demon dreams disseminating

shatter dreams crushing
dream visions diminishing
minds new horizons liberating

demonic dream stealers
steal harmony tranquility
steal universal vision beauty

Submitted: Friday, March 16, 2012
Edited: Friday, March 16, 2012

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