Margaret Alice

Rookie - 3 Points (The Crystal Age / Pretoria - South Africa)

In A State Of Heightened Consciousness - Poem by Margaret Alice

Spoke the King:

Goddess, said the King,
how splendid you appear
here tonight - I feel
half completed myself

Just one look at you
confirmed this – the King
caressed the moon’s image
in his mind,

Half complete and half
Incomplete - the Goddess
flickered a half-knowing
glow – a constant energy

Stream beamed back and
forth between the King
and Goddess, uninterrupted
by shadow or light

Goddess, thought the King,
don't you ever get tired
at night? - the Goddess
laughed and laughed and

soon it was day again…

Spoke the Goddess:

Thank you for gossamer
dreams many-coloured –
specifically; for this soft,
pearly-glow, moonlit one –

For the beautiful texture
and ideas mesmerising
and rocking my heart and
mind in such lovely terms;

For creating a space where
I can leave my thoughts
while robot consciousness
gets on with the job –

As I am in a state of heightened
consciousness; seeing my
feelings and feeling the
sights of my eyes;

In the sweet essence of the
vibration of the hypnotizing
spell you have woven –
are still weaving –

creating a new matrix for
space in the multiverse;
your wonderful thoughts
inspire me so much –

I'm drifting about on a cloud...


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 20, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, April 10, 2011


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