Najib Altawell

Can Of Beans - Poem by Najib Altawell

Stormy scene in a can of beans
Wild horses gallop in fear
Gang of wolves constantly
Blinding 'lighting' flashing
The echo of thunder crushing
The air

Stormy scene in a can of beans
Sand storm 'dancing machine'
Whistling sharply near a beetle
Then moving higher to
The dying sun sinks slowly
In an orange red yellow

Stormy scene in a can of beans
Scorpion sinks beneath the sand
As the darkness rule the
Ancient memories flooded back
Of a monk lived
In a desert cave
Focusing closely
On a candle flame
With deep emotions
He chanted
Again and again

Stormy scene in a can of beans
A golden light filled
The cave
As the mantra sound
And rose
All the beasts in the land
To 'move'
Close and closer
'Toward' the cave
But these were not real physical
But long lost human souls

Stormy scene in a can of beans
The monk ascended and
Left the scene
Vanishing with him
The original cave
But all the holly monk various
Still 'roam' the 'deserts' world
And some of the world
'Darkest' 'parts'

Stormy scene in a can of beans
I wish you well
And 'leave' you
Much more needed
Inner Peace

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 7, 2009

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 5, 2012

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