Terence George Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)

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  • ''it is always best to work together to resolve problems to restore harmony rather than to stir dissension create havoc by playing blame games''
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  • ''People will betray us disappoint us. Over time people will use us abuse us. But it is our decision judgement to trust interact with others. People of all races religions cultures are minds which will teach us also lessons in compassion and love. All people are personalities in flux, imperfect potentially ridden by emotions. Upon occasions, flash point dynamic moments, all may potentially hurt us. Therefore cultivate wisdom, strive to attain reason, balance kindness. Never calculate cultivate revenge. Return only good to others and ride the karma of a beautiful soul.''
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  • '''writers paused too long in rest cease to be writers, writers must return to imaginative beckoning worlds of words, writers must write or lose themselves, an essential part of their being; writers must chase the falling leaves of words that entice to write out their existence'''
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  • '''Waste for profiteering is a crime, greed is a cause,
    love compassion and sincere organized efforts
    to solve global problems are attempts at solutions.'''
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  • '''giving water food medicine housing to suffering people makes us humanitarian, giving weapons supporting wars makes us oppressors of the victims of conflict'''
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  • ''Love has had a cast of millions millions billions throughout history. But it is always the personification of a single dancing or kissing couple. It is the essential single solitary pair standing glowing in the spotlight of eternity.''
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  • ''It is good to write to refresh the artistic soul.''
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  • '''Peace is not abstaining from an act of war, but the coming of a state of mind, embracing tolerance respect love, of other countries cultures religions.'''
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  • ''Love passion deep emotions, have times of 'If I could but forget', when ecstasy of love awoken, fades into bitter ashes of regretful despair. This raises the famous question, is it better to have loved and lost, or would sanity peace of mind choose, not to have loved at all?''
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  • ''tyrant can behead head from body but not nobility from mind''
    Terence George Craddock February 8th 2013.
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Best Poem of Terence George Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)

Death A Door Opening Into Perfection

with dissipating life breaths
with pale shadow breaths
until the mirror remains clear glass;
until heat breath moisture
no longer wings our words
up into heaven blessed waiting peace;
when pure mind soul are released
from fading waiting body expiring...

when our freedom soul ascends
departing depleted wasted body spent
then is the ultimate mercy in peace sent;
death is but the door opening into perfection
a release for the beautiful the kind the just
a release from life splinter flesh corruption;


Copyright © Terence George Craddock

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Time Hangs Heavy

lost
among
empty

spaces
feel
unwritten

unread
words
wash

through mind
through soul
throughout eternity


Copyright © Terence George Craddock
Split Image from the poem 'Mountain King Corridors' by Terence George Craddock

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