Erhard Hans Josef Lang

Rookie - 32 Points (January 8,1957 / Günzburg/Danube Germany)

The Spring Time Of Life Creativity

A spring time of life creativity
Long before us
There once had been -
This is from where we humans, too, are derived -
The Merman and the Nymph within the waters -
Universal Fluidum -
These are our origin, our kinship most intimate! -
And First Man, first to see sun's light on earth
Nourished by the saps through a hole-black Vulva,
Embossed into secret earth retreats,
Centrifugally centripetally
Would have certainly had, you'd bet,
His visions
Set in tune with the unembodied premium
Young & sportive Cosmic Couple's dream creation world
That had parented Him in Her,
God all around,
Very accurately -

So many funny, strangely physical, quirky
Animal gook & geek heads to be
Visualized in dreamy mindscapes of sudden inspiration then,

Out of which grand seeing in
Gay times of Spring seasons, and a
Veritable peak time in young Nature come alive,
It holds that
The abounding nature spirits possessed of
Ever stronger body dreams naturally are
Pressing for the creation of
Themselves in Earth's solid matters,
All these selfsame animals, first seen in hazy dreams,
Now suddenly hopping around in flesh and horned,
Out there, beyond the loam -

The grand stage enactionment
Orchestrated through alignment of webs from
Threads spun in Cosmic Mind with the lively motions on
The planetary seed of our globe, the
Furtive spur for the earth seed to germinate,
Seconded and carried on further in First Man's visionary faces -

The earthen destillary's utensils handled
Through Her various moods of global tempests
And Her lighter weather tempers,
And Their means of fine-tuning the ladling storms cross- & directionwise,
On this our so revolutionary globe,
Destined to be focused on by real-time Gods in the making,

For the act of
A mysterious Creation's high-spirited,
Cosmodreamvision-empowered encapsulization into divinely
Potent magic seeds of ever more & more variegated new forms and
Figures of Life frolicking, all of which eventually
Chance to be mixed up, boiled and
Served out in seed form by
The adventurously playful cosmic visionaire's
Quickening arm of reproduction
In some deep-bottomed vaginal cups
On the rock of earth, during the festival of this
God's world arena's grand self-enhancement, with all
The happy-go-lucky planet's earth spirits concentrated and
Gathered in for a most favourably weathered
Spring time season of (r) evolutionary creation -

All spiced up ingredients of lively matter red-hot with
Most vibrant energy.

A season, surpassed since long by
Another era of actions on the globe,
The ones before us and the present one,
That but until this very day, though
Not any longer bent on diversifying seed creativity -

(With our human demigods taken over the command
Rather to the contrary as of now) -

Reverberates still so wondrous
Through high and low of the earth planet's go.

Submitted: Friday, April 11, 2008
Edited: Sunday, July 18, 2010

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Abha Sharma (4/17/2008 8:55:00 PM)

    No one have ever understood the mystery behind this exotic creation…you have so beautifully fused the wonderful images of creation earthy or cosmic…well composed (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 59 Points PERSIAN NIGHTINGALE (4/14/2008 10:37:00 PM)

    BEAUTIFUL, WELL DONE thanks for sharing (Report) Reply

  • Rookie rajagopal haran (4/11/2008 10:01:00 PM)

    creation and mysteries of the world are something which written at various times by various people give unique taste to cherish...enjoyed reading Erhrad (Report) Reply

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