Eric Mutei


Life Is For-Giving - Poem by Eric Mutei

Cycle of life
Conveyor belt
Orchestrated behind scenes
Grand plan
Master plan
Vibrations of the cosmos
Thoughts
Energy
Synergy
Hideous caves
Life’s busy hives
Fatigue of the haves
Failure of the knights
Hazy from the crave
Days and lives to save

Rot is inevitable
The juggling of probabilities
Impossibilities
Seeking a balance
Between the glamour of the roses
And the rust of the chains
Of fading lives
Immortality-
The changing form
Locked
Inertia,
Potency
SEEDS
For life never ends-
Just a change in form
Death is an illusion-
“Where art thou thy sting ooh death! ! ? ’
A transformation;
Resurrection;
Reincarnation;
A subtle line of faith
A lure into the unknown
Embracing the darkness
Illuminating the stale tales
Holding unto a thought-
That all these are passing glances
Tons of clouds
Unraveling the truest nature
Marred in greed and conspiracy
Dark secrets
Smeared with blood

A remembrance that life is divine
The singularity of the moment
Coming to an understanding
Of divine
Holistic
Pure
Sanctified mission,

That
Life is FOR-GIVING

Topic(s) of this poem: life and death


Comments about Life Is For-Giving by Eric Mutei

  • Edmund Strolis (10/29/2015 3:57:00 AM)


    Oh yes illuminating the stale tales. A powerful poem that strikes like a blacksmith's hammer slamming home a truth. (Report) Reply

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  • Kelly Kurt (10/28/2015 12:52:00 PM)


    We have one shot at life, so we must make the most. Thanks, Erik (Report) Reply

  • Liza Sudina (10/28/2015 1:50:00 AM)


    a very inspiring poem!
    A remembrance that life is divine
    The singularity of the moment
    Coming to an understanding
    Of divine
    Holistic
    Pure
    Sanctified mission,
    (Report) Reply

    Erik Mutei (10/28/2015 2:09:00 AM)

    Thanks Liza Sud Russia

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 28, 2015



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