Gerry Legister

Gold Star - 5,029 Points (21/01/66 / Silver Spring, Westmorland, Jamaica)

The Future - Poem by Gerry Legister

Hold each utopia minute close
Kiss them with lingering repose,
Tell someone you love them,
Leave the imprint to sink deep within.
For their deeds could soon be gone,
The conscience of the past come undone.
See the future and let the future includes you,
of anticipation of absolutes and rewards due.
Let the future have a glorious home in view,
Not made of clay, brittle stone or straw.
When the lame fragile breath goes weak,
A flame reincarnates years months and week.
Fuller deeds to come will already begin
Fashioning light years of decades plan.
With Freedom from strain and worry
The economy there has no need to hurry.
Paradise reigns in peace and tranquillity,
The diamond now reposed in cosmogony.
A perfect portrait kept in heavenly Louvre,
Hearts of gold housing incredible virtue,
The dimension of revolutionary creation,
Beyond earthly chaos and desolation.
Our diviners claim to see a better future
Ghostly shadows await in karma linear.
Sublimed prophecies past the unreal,
See a winding world move on the final wheel.
Armageddon to lighter horizon transforming,
The eschatology event of spirit arising.
Silhouette clouds glowing brighter than the past,
Footprints were in present extension exist.
Visions enshrined in joyful expectations
The epoch of time redeemed of all nations.
After health, wealth and inevitable death,
Will the second coming of celestial breath
Decree the place where our soul unit destiny
Treasured in the apocalypse of an orbital colony.
Seraphim's race through plagues to crystal maze,
Benevolence enchanted the former face
Winters gates ablaze with pearls of stories told
Every step we take, we will be treading on gold.

Topic(s) of this poem: future

Form: Free Verse


Poet's Notes about The Poem

What will the future will be like after death?

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 15, 2016



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