Kurt Kacich


Anatomy Of Balance - Poem by Kurt Kacich

If a Christian asked me how to describe reality,
I would say it’s sacred purgatory in actuality,

The world we live isn’t destined for greatness and perfection,
For greatness and perfection only brings madness and rejection,

I would describe the goal of life is balance on both sides of the scale,
Where on the left sits the enlightenment of mind in which we all try to prevail,
And on the right sits the body in which were born from travail,

For heaven in reality isn’t the place from which we hail,
And hell isn’t the place we go when we fail,
Because life isn’t what it really seems we lift our veil,
It’s just a lost path of allusion on a train derailed,

It is believed that this world was once made from demons and angels,
So where does the human fit in this world of extreme?
It’s a simple answer with a complicated answer from what It seems,
But to reach the white while fearing the black living in grey world is only a pipe dream,
The logic behind a false ethic makes every human naïve,

The scale sits unbalanced in chasing unexplainable dreams.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 22, 2010



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