Winston Edgar Hall


The Nature Of Reality - Poem by Winston Edgar Hall

There is a nature of reality and you will find it
A Prevalent and symmetrical law; simple and
Synonymous with irony.
Irony is interwoven within the vertebral synapses
Of life, literally. Such are the situations of social
And private settings and the experiences of every
Individual, cast out into the inconceivably vast and
Infinite Universe upon which we play and perceive.
Creatures of habit are we who tend to categorize
And quantify the surroundings laid before us in
Order to relish in the comfortable feeling of having
A shred of control.
Not to be a pessimist, considering how beautiful
Love, responsibility, and accomplishments really
Are; I am rather trying to legitimize faith.
Faith is the 'non-existent' existence. Faith is when
One recognizes the fact that things are not
Always and in fact never quantifiable; it
Follows that control is a fabricated mental construct
That must be relinquished to then locate an
Inner Peace.

Topic(s) of this poem: reality, existence, irony

Form: Blank Verse


Comments about The Nature Of Reality by Winston Edgar Hall

  • Bill O''bier (12/23/2015 5:44:00 PM)


    Nice stream of images
    Bill O'Bier
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 12, 2015



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