Ghost Reflection - Poem by David Lacey
So much there is to see, never too much, always a blanket of ecstasy.
Pollute not the river of your knowing, for we glow – each and everyone.
Know that we glow, that we are as shining celestial mansions illuminating.
Blowing in the storms of ether elemental, I lay naked in your arms.
I am at one with the peace of the world, here in your arms, safe and serene.
Here I find my sanctuary from the world outside still turning.
Strange beasts fuelled on fearful agony rule this night for most.
Ghost projections host the reflection of the nightmare. Come.
Come share with me a smile, just one moment, one movement in descent.
People on the bridge above me, they know not that they proclaim
In their presence alone the grandeur of the world. Love all consuming.
I love them all but you the most, you my ghost reflection.
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