Vision Ghost

Rookie - 5 Points (24/01/1979 / Epsom, East Surrey)

Eclipse - Poem by Vision Ghost

So much to shower the mind of this intellect
Over whelm the senses, to crack the respect
Delight in their show, that’s displayed to you
Dance and in accordance to the rest, so true

Can’t take my eyes from this, a simple reflect
Like electricity flowing, without the fatal effect
When one can close the eyes, and see so clearly
All becoming clear, in the dark of minds theory

Returning to the black and ponder, the equation
Figure it out inside, the enclosure of imagination
Whispering in the dark, so one can self converse
Closing each solution, and deal with every reverse

Sometimes easier to turn the world off, for a while
Not a problem, just manner of thought or a style
So to complete every unattached sensation, inside
When the time of day is over, and humours died

Similar reasoning, when satisfaction breaks through
To awake the whole person, devoid of the blue
Breathing the air again, time with replenishment
In our minds we’re walking, wherever we lament

In the woods, the field, the empty space we reserve
A place of our choosing, somewhere we preserve
To be alone and by ourselves, time here and again
Steal a moment, of life’s endeavours from the pain

Flower grows in beauty, but will always need the rain
As the mental cloth of our saturation, hiding the stain
Twist the reality of this picture, make this what I will
Inside here and now, where no one can steal the thrill

Everything ever desired, can be found somewhere here
Our own personal space, free from onlookers who leer
Only sign I am of this place, is the writing upon my lips
We all prefer to be the existence, whilst under this eclipse

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 19, 2010

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