Theo Williams

Rookie (14/05/94 / Australia)

Abundance Of Light - Poem by Theo Williams

Twilight befalls - Simmer of sun
Dulled phoenix spreads its wings
Flying orange, yellow amid the sky
"Beauteous light! " - Innards cry.

None grace shan't bequeath nigh.

A moon with purity a ray
That shines so vast
No darkness overtake a day
Nor into e'er gloom is cast.

‘Tis plentiful for an evil cannot last.

If a bird sing in line with light
Then hath the cage be unlocked
For thy bird holds the rod of right
And for within only a day no night.

One hath thyself expelled all dim plights.

Simple as sun who shine in a rain
Thus no sadness to conquer that drop
Brightness exorcises all thy pain
As wondrous as a sky's backdrop.

For a year and a year light is a many can tame.

Whence a deed is past one another
A rainbow of gold doeth appear
For if thy love each sister and brother
Thou art hath light in core of the sphere.

For if the bird sings of good - day does wake from here.

When thou awaken to a stretching sun
Who shines its glimmer so ever bright
None blackness - Inner day overcomes night
For this is the abundance of light.

For this is the abundance of light.

Poet's Notes about The Poem

If you access light (symbolism for purity; goodness etc.) via the doings of deeds (random acts of kindness) then you are unable to succumb to darkness - darkness is unable to find you - you're hidden by the rays of light. -There is plenty of light (good) out there you just have to find it and escape the darkness if you're in it- True meaning of this poem.

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  • Unwritten Soul (8/23/2012 8:22:00 PM)

    From different light threads you used to make a shiny clothes, tailored by your talent and sight...the form the meaning give the poem more alive to whisper a hope, more rightful to erase the dark road..nice poem when the abundance of light you took and save it here_Unwritten Soul (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 23, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, August 24, 2012

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