Vision Ghost

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

From Hence The Nothing To Genesis - Poem by Vision Ghost

The extension to the peripheral and inner cognitive depth
Where hence there be no dimension only subliminal breadth
Interweaved from the imagery spliced and interjected
Cradling the foetus born of thought from those connected

Embossed upon an already impressionable delusion
Intimately wild in amongst the gathered of comprehension
Some secret fantasy so lost upon this skin of memories
Drawing maps of solace to risen levels where tears create tsunamis

To unions of blood derived of passion in secular inclusion
In crop of a fertile field to anoint the single contribution
Sapient formation in near and totality of absolutions embrace
To guard yonder of the spirit for tenderness of our race

The premiere of this existence from sensation to reality
The first fear of anxiety from that blinding lights intensity
Beating of blood to vessels in hand that yet not touch
For stillness in preserved dreams forever forward is so much

From the Bi-Co-existence to the singular nurturing of one
Heralded from the expectations of new life never so undone
Even though of this fragility in cared handling of her womb
Contained of fluid silk from spatial breathing and electron

From the tiniest Ribosome couriers of exacting perfection
To a division acutely accurate in only natures configuration
Left abound to development of time in a perfect place
The short time of innocence from a poignancy of peace

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 11, 2009

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