Jack Dylan

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The Sanctity Of Spring - Poem by Jack Dylan

Static rises up through my body to met you in heaven
Life ignited by a thunder bolt of revitalizing childhood energy.
Awakening from a deep hibernation of despair and obscurity
Purity answered and hope rejuvenated once again.

The clouds part a new moon and twinkling stars shine down with blessing
Beauty invigorating a morbid soul as I look on in awe.
Thankful the a higher power still controls the universe,
And I am lucky enough to profit from all its’ blessings

The world is alive once again!
Soft quiet rain, cool and comforting,
Awakening the dormant creatures
Revitalizing quiescent life and warming a once frozen bloodline.

Earthly smells of lilac and freshly cut grass triggering memories of victories won,
Over all that haunts us from a frozen demon filled past.
Existence that needs no preparation, other than to just be.
Safe once again to leave our hiding place within a dark cave.

Quietly reclined, listening to the overwhelming yet subtle sounds of nature reborn.
We survived, to listen to frogs chirping and ironically the first mosquito,
Brings a welcome visit to the night time breeze.
Mother nature has once again blessed us with green and other bright colors,
A promise which we trust will be here to stay and better days to come.

Dark blue pools calling us to challenges and purpose and adventure
Mossy floors cover vast riverbanks and inviting streams,
Welcome our long awaited departure, rewarded when effort and skill applied.
We finally find peace in mere human existence and simple life,
Thankful that we have lived long enough, and prospered despite times of doubt,
To experience one of life’s most anticipated moments.
The Sanctity of Spring!

Jack Dylan
4/13/06


Comments about The Sanctity Of Spring by Jack Dylan

  • (5/15/2006 11:52:00 PM)


    This is fine and powerful song. Your claim to be meticulous is belied by 'thankful the' instead of 'thankful that' - but hey, keyboarding errors are a part of fallible mortalily! I'm joshing you a bit - but I enjoyed the song. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 14, 2006

Poem Edited: Sunday, August 6, 2006


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