Lee B. Mack

Loss Entities In Dreams Original 01 26 2011

Original 01 26 2011

Loss existentialities in dreams faceoff…
Artless object repellant pits dreamer
And the dream face encounter duel
Contentiously sweating loss as the
Peal of desire’s risk to make love
Unprotected –to engage the pipe of
Dreams in sibylline ecstasies induced
By metal and liquid juices that love
Should ferment too for the good of
Finite suspiciousness artless dreams
Desperate for good learn to know inner
Intent and pictured face consistency
Spiritual faces pit the conscience state
Growing out of gardens of object literacy
Weed grows perfectly out of inedible
Content into the toxic climate dwarfing
The slow flowering growth and ambrosia
Of aerate herbal root veining through
Firmament fueled refinement into
Ignitable lightning fired to feed life her
Gift of spiritual strength –so she shares.

Lee Mack copyright 2009. ISBN # 0615318347. Do not reproduce without permissions.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 26, 2011
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