Clive Culverhouse


Mind Meld - Poem by Clive Culverhouse

What do you see inside?
Its solid coldness warms in the hand
where an infinite emptiness hides,
it deepens past a galaxy of stars,
frozen everlasting swirls;
entirety plays out with breath held
as I pour into its cosmos;
light allows a sun-hit nebula
when slowly a turn brings
yet another burst of star-filled space
and my energy is sucked within.
Among the clouds eternity calls,
a heaven in my clasp, for hours I gaze
and lose myself, my days dispel my haunts.
Of all those I have, each crystal has its dreams
and every time I entrust to them
in turn they entrust to me

Topic(s) of this poem: crystals, dreams, galaxy, reflecting, space, star, thoughts


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 7, 2017



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