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an abstraction of inner thoughts

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GOlDsparklESS
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0 posted 10-06-2002 12:26 AM       View Profile for GOlDsparklESS   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for GOlDsparklESS


The words fell to dust.

I itch to wish desperate moments away.
In dreams my touch renders everything strong,
absolute,  unlike this weary existence that falls,
softly.
My attention seems to be revolving
around belligerent abhorrence.
I canít understand it.  Maybe I chose this
pathetic rendition of a muse distraught.  
The trials of woe have caught my tears and
bonded earthly visions into
streaming soliloquies.  

I canít name
the horror which roughen hues upon
a door.  
A glowing rubric emblazes an
elaborate fallacy, mingling the irony of    
presumption and time
revealing.                                
s l i p p i n g
Numb deliriums adorn chapels draped
with the ghosts of hollow trees.

Iridescent shadows strain to chase
and delight in the memories of sight.
Nothing can replace this. No time will do justice to the glory
Of grace dispersed.  This poem canít explain the
Emptiness,
  For wind blows enigmatical in all manners
unknown.
Poems canít justify the
sorrows of wind
Blowing through caverns

Gone tomorrow, hollow.

© Copyright 2002 Manisha Narang - All Rights Reserved
VAS
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since 11-16-2000
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1 posted 10-06-2002 11:35 AM       View Profile for VAS   Email VAS   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for VAS

they may not justify them, but they may certainly soothe them, providing a balm. They may help make some kind of sense of them ironing out misunderstandings, bringing clarity to cause and victory to combatting them.

Quite a poem...these feelings have been displayed well within your weavings.

Whether on the shoal or on the shore,
I'll seek the lighthouse evermore.

GOlDsparklESS
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2 posted 10-06-2002 12:27 PM       View Profile for GOlDsparklESS   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for GOlDsparklESS

I do agree with you, of course; i think writing is among the grandest mediums to express and give merit to feelings.  Sometimes though... it's overwhelming.

Thank You !

O' to be delivered from the realm of the rational into pure song...

EagleScorpion
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3 posted 11-15-2002 09:37 AM       View Profile for EagleScorpion   Email EagleScorpion   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for EagleScorpion

a delicious abstraction this was, my friend.
passing shadows
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me too
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enjoyed


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