Cosmic Equillibrium - Poem by Paul Amrod
Acknowledging the contrasting images
we portray an illustrious creator
engendering our melodious rhapsody.
Sympathizing with the wandering minstrel
as we concoct motives of a growing fantasy.
Robustly insisting on a fugal scenery
gathering zealously sensitive passages.
Wondering thoughtfully and though much greater
we endorse the coming of Emmanuel.
Endless admiration of our enchantress
has awoken the sensual greenery
blossoming odors from a distant crater
luxuriously oozing upon a canvas.
The beginning of a pulsar creates equality
between a rhythmical texture and later
a celestial dance to express a duality
of perfection expressed by a decorator
as he enables a wizard's inventiveness.
Scrutinizing with an impelling curiosity
we rationalize the impeding of pugnaciousness.
A propositional philosopher will dwell
and surface with his solemnity.
His verses will echo through a wishing well
and return through the strokes of an illustrator
aspiring a collective compulsory fusion
of thematic unity and auspiciousness.
Aligning the planetary ellipses we
concur with our ultimate tenacity
and implement a cosmic excellence.
Viewing the orbits of moons in revolution
we marvel as the equisitiveness of gravity
sustains this cycle beyond all turbulence.
Therewith is the pleading soul content
as we pacify the visionary illusions
assessing the prior necessities.
Fascinated from the streaming comets
as they soar to their destination
emitting an energetic display of vitality.
Reciting invocations to the mystic translucence
we are appealing through sonnets
to persuade their assistance and nourishments.
Inevitably we launch our journey set
for guidance and receptivity.
Embarking upon the virgin voyage
we pragmatically induce a profusion
of sacred clauses unraveling our intent.
The actualization of innocent
clarifications reestablish a balance
revealing an angelic visage.
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