Ray Lucero

Jane Siberry - Poem by Ray Lucero

Night frost shimmers on lighted streets

Our hot breath billows white clouds
neon marquis greets

Patrons entering "Aladdin Theater", (past its prime)
Outlived its peers, impervious to time

Tickets bought, blue stamp on left hand,
Walk down aisle, past a busy stagehand

Soft music playing as we claim a front row seat
Take a metal backed chair on a floor of concrete

We're early, there's time to connect with friends
House lights go dim...the chatter ends

Haunting sounds, soft music begins to play
A gentle voice sings not far away

With confident strides Lady Jane takes center stage
Exuding beauty, grace like from some distant age

Her melodious voice commands time to stand still
Vibrations move within, my senses drink their fill

With mystery and magic from a Priestess beheld
She speaks of today's children wisely compelled

To change world chaos with eyes that can see
She speaks of what they must do so all can just Be

She speaks of oneness with compassion and love,
Akashic wisdom channeled from whispers above

She speaks of the freedom of simplifying her life
By cutting out possessions with an invisible knife

I close my eyes, roll them up, so third eye can see
Lady Jane's final message to my brethren and me

'Love one-another and be separate no more,
For love is the answer to end strife and war'

My eyes then opened fresh and anew
Consciousness soaring, "Oh What a view"

Jane asks us, "Will you marry me, for the rest of your life? '
We answer "Yes', Goddess, Madonna, mother and wife"

For you're "The Bride of the Ages" since before time began
From the time before "The Patriarchy" imposed a stern ban

By suppressing female aspects in women and men
With the slash of a sword and the stroke of a pen

Began the erosion of man's soul, (a perilous trend)
The times is at hand for the madness end......

(Dedicated to Jane Siberry)


Topic(s) of this poem: muse

Form: Rhyme Royal or Rime Royale

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 10, 2016

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