Gert Diedericks

Dots Of Stars - Poem by Gert Diedericks

Dots of stars
tiny they seem to be
wiggled in the midst of being.

Ever bright twinkles grand
aloof speckled moons,
freckled and carved to orbit;
by light they're dimmed
by night they're illuminated
to ash-gray clouds in sight.

In silence,
all exist amid their
balance floating strides.
Enigmatic cord string flight
elastic reverberation;
energetically attuned inner core
strayed grains in tone
stemming march to fore.

Blooming void to speak
crooked sight implore;
surrendering believe
to ascended truths,
weight eradicated mass,
infused in an obelisk of stars.

Topic(s) of this poem: freedom, spiritual, thoughts, time

Form: Verse

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 26, 2015

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