Daniel Reurink

Freshman - 701 Points (August 8,1990 / Lethbridge Alberta Canada)

Muse - Poem by Daniel Reurink

O my muse
Were thither did thou go?
To dancing realms
And marigolds?
To fleeting grace
Silent abodes
Still in the feeling
Alone
O yes, can't you
Whisper softly into
My deaf Ears
Listening
To music that
Preaches it's own
Through the conduit
Forborne
Moment past now
Past a into somehow
Left behind mirages
Truth's shadow callogoues
Can't you feel
The silent pain
Speaking here
In words?
Like painted letters
Unwinding like a clock
My own existence
On a flicker tic toc
Now this moment
Total in what is rare
Love essential
And non-compared
No judgements, patience
And feelings hesitated,
Slows it down from
Pain to transformation
The liquid molten film
Of my life
Erases the flux
And changes nous
Into this
Just this
Only this
Be this
Do these words usher
A gentle fawn
That soothes a
Troubled Soul?
Or does the Wolf
Ravage the deer whole
Take what can be
And always anger full
O muse! You let me see
My realm of heresy!
Always more for the fill!
Can't you just be still!
Let purity rain down mana
And send lilacs in persona
That is no limit to who you are
Just a condition applied
These healing words
Just race like a stolen
Fragment
Of somehow entertainment
Keep the pieces
Tethered and arranged
So these words
Healing defined
Through pages divine
In the total thyne
Be as free as the
Rays of the Sunshine

Topic(s) of this poem: divinity


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