Vision Ghost

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

Passion And Fury - Poem by Vision Ghost

An oil so as a blood enflaming to my veins
Already on fire when nothing’s made to gains
Touch the hand and feel the heat within a soul
A raging sun burns only the pale so un-whole

Before stars gaze down on the fire of myself
Beat heart exhaling of a soul kept upon a shelf
Longing for a freedom of day to touch another
Embrace for one who withstands heat smother

I want the entire world to touch me somewhere
And remind me of a life we forgot out there
In amongst the radicals of life and complication
Lies the answer to the releasing of such passion

It beats within us all, as afraid we have become
To notify the fury of the fire within this tome
Of a single lost soul and spirit lost in this life
We encourage the drama yet divide the strife

Let us sing with one voice as one single time
In defiance of divisional religion not a crime
One single note of one chorus within us all
Or forever loose the meaning of the one call

For all of us a responsibility for all known futures
Listen to the pulse of your heart, as now nurtures
Go ahead, to express the adrenaline of the living
Let loose the tears so far sheltered un-breathing

Reach for the one to whom you may love as now
Or forever be a memory, a wrong turn upon a brow
Be the infliction of another lost opportunity of love
As doth the winged flight for a directionless dove

Grip this moment as an exterior expression for you
Burn away all doubt and express fire as what’s true
Let loose the confines of your bodies confining goal
Singing the belief for what is the chorus of your soul

And only then have you found the passion so inside
The fury of which we may always now to confide
Grasp this with the all the will you possess as now
And so to release this gravity as only you know how

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 29, 2008

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