Joseph Narusiewicz

Gold Star - 6,161 Points (9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

Hear And See - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz

Pine boughs hang like chandeliers
Chancellors of sentinel royalty
Censured by ages of joy
We receive the forests of love
Leave the blight of hatred behind
Change into the garments of praise
Succor every broken reed
Every sword of love unsheathed
Cadence in the valleys of man
He that hath ears let him hear

The candles have eyes like roses
She awakes with jewels of azure
Only the sky has eternal secrets
Have you heard whispers of peace?
Crimson fields of honor sing
Fire of angels gladdens the river
The golden city is being built
Joy has forecast its grand victory
Brides dance in purloin white
He that hath eyes let him see

A lamb leads the mighty lions
She dies with a sweet prayer
Warm yourself amidst the brazen
Deep inside a wondrous kingdom
Letters of humility along the path
Songs serene as dawn on lips of fire
Four winds gather the wedding guests
Clothed in forgiveness they come
Sojourners called from the darkness
Journey and find one another
We open our new ears and eyes

Garlands of the opaque blue sea
New wine in halo circles of time
Parley with the stars of the King
Open doors shine in the night
Your dreams have mystic paths
Gentle lilies decorate the hallways
Come home calls past the mountains
Strangers are brothers and sisters
Family gathers like star clusters
Hear and see the crucified one’s love

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 17, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 17, 2011


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