Vision Ghost

Rookie - 5 Points (24/01/1979 / Epsom, East Surrey)

Mountain Breathe And Eagle Sing - Poem by Vision Ghost

Can one take so the visionary syllabus of constraints?
Never freed in the enigma of the everlasting restraints
As I fall as feathers into this deepest, breathless coma
To eagle wing and the song commits to my ears aurora

Cry out for the trees are tall in eventuality of snow fall
Covet hills and blanket the scars of times unending call
Ethereal this maybe I float over chasms of timelessness
Seeing the seasons bring forth life to unseen wilderness

If I maybe on horseback in spirit figure but not physical
I yield to chill of the air surrounding tree lines of this hall
Before expanse of mountains lay before my hardened feet
As I have travelled so far from lands of boundless fleet

Yet I am of solitude before the wild of nature untouched
Unconsidered by the inventions of mans industries clutched
Here I breathe of mountains vapour filling lungs capacity
To yield inhale the purity of morning dew and simplicity

Of understanding I’m of man as was what was meant to be
Before token value of profit and war led us from the free
Of expression and love we make though in politics and fear
Agendas we set and spirals of depression wrangled so steer

But here I, here on this side of the world of this mountain
Where no voice interrupts flow of the wind in hairs grain
Wavers like a flow of time seeking birth, death and rebirth
In this realm unsought and unexplored in a wild like girth

Carry me over lake on wings as I am your eyes in flight
So high and so far, golden brown of eagle seek this might
That impulse flood tears in the clouds for rains to nourish
Parched landscape below of rock and beast to so flourish

The powerful and yet subtle of equations of natures way
Heralded here in the comparing of freedom wasted days
That we acknowledge yet forget in city and town and village
Amongst many who in a luxury of synthetics forever pillage

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2008

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