(Spring Lake, North Carolina, USA)

The Waltz Of Sest-Thar-Mar

Poem by Ignoraemus

I thought you were my lucky star, among all those way up thar
The mortal void the mortal choice, Appolo's songs the leaning hoist
Them thar hills are way too high, for a son of time to climb to find
All lies within the crimson might, driven by the bleeding coin of time
The agony of past mortality, are cold diamonds in the midst of reality Oh my darling can't you see all lesser stars how they flee, how could it be?
They sway away they fade away, the whispering night is their disarray
The eye of life closed it's sight not to see the mortal heart when it cries
Many teardrops fall the shield the pain, life's journey what a cruel game
Dreams hide from the scars of denial, gods despise the fallen hours of time Please be there please do care, you are the star of today's beware
The one which shines into a time, with a song the perpetual kind
When dark immortals do deny driving the fiercest storms into a life
Behold the mighty sea of time will harvest each magnificent beam of light So light your lamp to give light to life, don't let the midnight hours drive
And when the candles do go out, immortals pout immortals shout
Standing there on the shores of time, with their swords the flaming kind
With breaths of life in pairs, for all life itself to fear Surely you are now to see, golden locks which fall like streams
Onto the stars of destiny, their shadows falling into the depths to be
The light which falls onto unknown steps, sweeps into the secret river's web
Through time's cavern they flee, into the begun which only kneels The sunless sea lies there below, filled with the precious jewels of a crown
Sons and daughters of mortal men which fell through time's own created hell
So please be there please do care, you are the star of SEST-THAR-MAR
The one who stand way up thar, above them, thar hills, of the not care.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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