Jonathan De Vocht
Ontological Sonnet - Poem by Jonathan De Vocht
Enthralled, thou tenet-autarch, stands thee strong,
Complacent steps towards the penglai crest,
Remain inane; abducts subdues along;
For still, an infant needs the mother breast.
Plebeian bows, the mighty brother’s prize,
extends mere orbit wealth, Timur’s alike.
Shall extant be, awe-stanced, when scruple rise? ,
Volition, self-intrinsic on death’s strike?
Erratic creeds avails the potent rule,
Asserting sole dominion; ergo ‘is’.
But haughty-wise proclaimed; a fleeting school.
Appeal upon acumen; be ‘mong this.
Existance kept alive in God’s recall,
Contrasts the sham-implant, that was so tall.
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