Margaret Alice Second

Gold Star - 16,611 Points (24 January 1961 / South Africa)

Excites The Soul [rev.] - Poem by Margaret Alice Second

Three romantic movies in a row: Cinderella with
Drew Barrymore, a fiery motorbike rider with the
heartthrob from Moonstruck & the fantastic four
against the Silver Surfer - in which a sliver-thin
Jessica Alba with botoxed lips plays a romantic
lead; the movies touched an immature romantic
in me - the idealist enjoying symbolism of love
changing people & aliens alike, that juvenile

Aspect of my character as indicated by Lobsang
Rampa’s colour analysis: loving pink & soft pastels
reserved for kids & teenagers only - indicative of
unwillingness to grow up accepting life as tragedy;
although I like his frequencies theories - that we’ll
only meet souls on the same wavelength in the
after-life - his other views are limited; he doesn’t
know people are free to script & create their own

Lives by giving desired experiences attention only -
he thinks everyone has to be in a tragedy; comedies
the preserve of the young to be destroyed by age &
wisdom - but no need to be sad - Jesus Christ said
we should be as children with a simple trust in the
goodness of God to bring down a heavenly love &
joy wherever we are, so I chose childish trust - it
creates a wonderful life since our point of view

Is a powerful prism which breaks up white light into
delightful colours suffusing everything with a golden
glow which delights the heart & excites the soul...

Topic(s) of this poem: feelings

Comments about Excites The Soul [rev.] by Margaret Alice Second

  • Poem By (4/2/2015 10:52:00 PM)

    WOW! I love it!

    Yes that prism...
    in fact if you really want
    things to get fun,
    stop planning anything
    fly by the seat of your pants
    moment to moment
    I think Jesus advocated that too
    but nobody takes that part literally
    I DO! YEE-HAW! ! !
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 28, 2015

Poem Edited: Monday, April 6, 2015

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