Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

Multiplicity Within Society Changes Shared World - Poem by Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

some poets
writers prefer to write
shadows echoes

imitations of thoughts
writers they esteem
have written which captures

their imagination expresses
ideas concepts which intrigue
imitations can be interesting variants

tributes to originals
or ideas a poet or writer feels
compelled to express

however complete thoughts
theories are within hearts minds
prepared to be still prepared

to wait meditate focus
thoughts into a complete whole
originality lurks within minds

of curiosity perception
should challenge individuals
to think reason upon values

cause and effect consequences
creating multiplicity within society
changes within our shared world

on a global scale
that which we must
value and affirm

transcends into an essential
part of all we can become
throughout a lifetime of choices

sacrifices attitudes
we will live as life codes
defining the character

of our personality
collective humanity

Copyright © Terence George Craddock

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Inspired by a conversation with the poet Captain Cur.

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  • Captain Cur (8/19/2012 1:54:00 PM)

    An artist might paint a field by observing the actual field, or from a memory of that field or a combination of many fields. Another artist paints a field with flowers and animals that only exist in his/her imagination. Writers paint pictures and describe images in words wherein the reader fills in the lines, colors, textures, meanings and perhaps story. Philosophical, political and religious writers expound on values, ethics, theories and beliefs which can both challenge and dismay. Provocative write, deep and profound. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 19, 2012

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