Then Blows The Wonderful Wind Poem by Dawn Novus

Then Blows The Wonderful Wind

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Then blows the wonderful wind
to the secret corner of him
his hedonistic heart has
calmed in the dead doldrums
calling on flat siphoned air
to him who has an ear
inclining him tonal truths
the far-off phylum voice now familial clear
rumi innate incarnated heart
invokes re-fusion in golden coil ladder
awakening the dormant stairway
consciousness now throws light
far across eons of lonely deep space
reuniting globes of white-hot heat
separated at birth
atomically nucleared apart at the genesis
each sister to brother star
pined and longed for each other
being made of the same
re-fusing links of tear twinkled dust
an umbilical circle of light
winking starry eyes at one another through
the dark unfathomable distance
Then blows the wonderful wind
His dull dry eyes kick open
like a father's heart
on the return of his prodigal son
the once impervious optic ties
are now perforated through
blank ink rapid-fires into
dilated pupils not shrinking from the light
Then blows the wonderful wind
A new dimension is now revealed
A helix of deep and revered knowing
The finger of God so tender tucking
wayward trendril of hair behind his ear
and somehow he knows now
salient he is and to her
always to her has been
and the reunited sibling stars
nod their heads with knowing smiles
and call down to them to come
up in the joining of the circle of stars
his light and love rediscovered
discovered in the remembering
of the plan to forget himself
and she illuminates in his shine
being made of the same
Then blows the wonderful wind
to the secret corner of him........

Saturday, December 23, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: life,love and life,quest
Glen Kappy 02 January 2018

Greetings, Loza. I saw a comment of yours on a Laurie Van Der Hart poem and decided I’d explore your poems. On the title which is also a refrain, I like the lovely sound of it. I’ve read the poem twice now and also like what is for me fresh language—particularly your nouns and adjectives and in some verbs as well. In sum, I enjoyed it somewhat elusive and suggestive as it is. I expect I’ll be reading you again. -Glen Kappy

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Muzahidul Reza 29 December 2017

Yes, our lives thus go on throug love, hatred, hope, despair, getting, leaving, ............. a great poem shared, thanks for sharing

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Bill Cantrell 29 December 2017

So much involved in meter and descriptive connectivesand transitions, each bridge in your fabulous meter blows me away, the wonderful wind certainally blows in your poem, in one dimension the sibling stars are all for the return, nodding their celestial heads with approval, , , wow! ! Great poetry!

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Edward Kofi Louis 23 December 2017

He is and to her! ! Nice piece of work. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Bernard F. Asuncion 23 December 2017

Such a good poem??????

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