Daniel Reurink

Freshman - 701 Points (August 8,1990 / Lethbridge Alberta Canada)

Everlasting - Poem by Daniel Reurink

Going to find another place off the plane
Grounded, yet everyone else going insane,
Can't even tell you how many membranes
Are lost to what they use and complain
Materials for a pursuit, just another noose
Around you neck, just another coming loose
In your own flashing memory confused,
All we need is more "things" produced
That is the tragic flaw is that we all follow
A plan, a goal, a dream, just another hollow
Stop it, flip it, script it, remembering
That a process is chemical reaction transmitting
This to you, you to me, me to a few, all renewed
As new things come from breathing anew;
Yet do we breath in the ocean residue?
Or just the sweet smell grass in dew?
Now we step on the plane, take off induced,
Obsolete anything that ain't real, no repeat
Cycles coming from me to you, ya feel?
This is all just from the sounds that reduced
The noise, the heat, the glowing real start,
O how the flow switches, lucid dream surreal
Lightning blasting the thunders appeal!
This ain't noise, this is white static complete
Knowledge? It starts with nothing, just talent
Beyond the edge, hearts add to the process,
Invisible inside the Kingdom, things are rough,
As completion Whole orders control; -allowance
In free Will against the gates motion; always untouched
As the way beyond is the promise of compassion
As love tis in the air, tis rare passion found everlasting

Topic(s) of this poem: divinity

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