E Nigma

~Mirror Pointed Towards The Heavens~ Poem by E Nigma

That one thought set ablaze
Watch and sway with the moment
You can be oh so brave
To take it in and look away

To transcend time into space
And gaze upon your own face
Another time, another place
The memories of so many changed

Bracing for what will be
What has been is what will see
Destruction of the E, G, O
The C, E, O says they'll Leggo

The building blocks of this stave
The staircase broke and fell into a grave
You became just what you hate
The enemy of your own fate

That one thought set ablaze
To purify and clear the way
Ready now as I will be
I think therefore my eyes now see

Your spirit hovered over waters
Mirrored reflection of your own face
Remember now just who you were
But don't forget who you will be

I said Mr. Quaid what do you see?
The creator of this living dream

I said Mr. Quaid what do you mean?
The Beginnings The End Of This Destiny

Bring it down, Tear It down,
Bring it down, Scatter Seeds...

Submitted: Saturday, March 7, 2015

Topic of this poem: thinking

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