Joseph Narusiewicz

Gold Star - 6,799 Points (9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

My Future Is From Above - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz

Shiver in cold shrines of lost night
Contempt the mother of dragon soul
Your lazar eyes are filled with fright
No sun blazes with nourishing growth
Waste your years on fallow rock
Every open door needs tender joy
Hear the armies of Pharaoh mock
Leaders so frivolous and coy
Time freezes with indigo ice
Escape too islands with no clocks
Can you see all the judging eyes?
Watch the Shepard lead his flock
Silver mines filled with despair
Ancient serpent coils and strikes
Your golden ruins never repaired
Deep places waiting for the light

Thorns and thickets guard the garden
Accusations tremble the very ground
A voice says I can be fully pardoned
Hear the mighty steeds of time pound
Victors of the mighty sword die alone
Carry the torch with the flame of pride
All the seeds planted are now grown
Dark riders of the age of fire now ride
No fear shall stop the waters reflection
Timeless stars shine on ripples of night
Your shield of light sends all deflections
The path of trials also brings moonlight
We are lovers called by passions cry
Hearts melt like candles burning slow
Leave the burning cities for the sky
Only love will last and forever grow

She brings the feast of the moon
Everything broken needs to mend
I have nothing to loose or prove
Kings of the east an embassy send
Wells spring up in the parched land
Renewed by the deepest azure sea
Dreams tell us of a guiding hand
Find your true place on your knees
Faith blends with tender touch
My enemies scowl like the wind
Her kiss makes my heart blush
Love punishes all my frail sin
Scarlet kisses cleanse my heart
Stars glow like lions of love
This new journey must start
I see my future is from above

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 19, 2011

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