Rubius Nox

Away - Poem by Rubius Nox

When clement songs fall ashen in their ears,
and the hungry have filled themselves,
on the roaring hope of the flowers,
crouched upon a desert hill,
taking, taking,
and you have mourned at the weight-


And the drums of the past alight at the cherubs fiery door-


Cast your innocent child a smile in the well,
There are pennies down there-
You are forgiven,
As you forgive,
remember always this,
You are cherished so.

Simply walk away,
The humble whisps will spark once more,

Be still,

Play divine,

Lo! the lesser lamps will fizzle through the night airs,
They find us awake, praying in unison;
A choir of holy ribbons whirling through spirit,
Humming that ebb and flow; I, Thou,
As oceans wave their rivulets home.

And the hearts are quaking brightly,
as triumphant trumpets cheering,
Trading glinting silence-giving rich,
Ever coloured, strong together,
And the angels have heard glory,
and death has no dominion
yet we cannot be but peaceful
for the lights are never dying,
Dream fast dear children-
Perfume the many meadows,
Melt away,

And when dreams have dried amidst infinity,
Come to skip the rainbowed paths of providence,
Climb the gossamer threads forgotten,
Raise this fertile ground forever,
unto that echo purely,
the wonder of the One,
Take my hand,
meet me at the sanctum of surrender,

From these timeless neverdreams,
Fall away,

For such greatest Love is ever nigh.

Topic(s) of this poem: hope, prayers

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Poem Edited: Friday, October 30, 2015

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