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Author Name: Freefanofjims 4 Comments
Date Added: November 14, 2004 11:11:09 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Time~6
Time-
10-31-04


Time-
Everlasting yet meaningless-
In a measured existence-
Exhumed in the finale-

Replayed-
Displayed-
For judgment-
For knowledge-
Eternally-
It never ends-
Written where it begins-
While wrapped in flesh-
Structured by bone-
Elegant vibrations-
Instrumental creations-
Explored-
Ignored-
Forgotten-
All of the above-
These shadows-
Mere reflections-
Conflictions-
Convictions
Confusion-
A revolving institution-
Escalate-
Graduate-
Learn-
Or Return-
These are choices-
Internal conscious-
Measured increments-
Of Time-
Author's Notes:
Signs of Reality
Based on Mentality
Levels of vision
For the final decision-
Peace~
James
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeMike on September 11, 2005 09:07:07 AM Report
I must agree. meaningless, a manmade concept..it is like God...no beginning and no ending..except where it will be written... a great write. you are a genius

MIKE
Comment By: FreeGlata on November 16, 2004 08:02:49 AM Report
Time is more than watching a clock on a wall, as you've clearly shown. This is great! I love your illustrations, and this is fantastic.
Blue Fox (Glata)

Comment By: on November 14, 2004 02:39:15 PM Report
this poem is really enlightening, your topic of poetry is always interesting, and your style fascinates me. This is a really good poem.
Comment By: FreeAlison Storm Wolf on November 14, 2004 12:27:11 PM Report
Wow, YES! James. Got it as usual. All I can say is looking forward to reading your book because your path has been such a hard one but has enabled you to hold such loving compassion but even more than that....wisdom.

When I see or read of someone going through the fires of hell,I so want to comfort them by telling them that nature abhors a vacume and much goodness will fill their empty spaces if they keep true.
I know, from experience, when we are depressed and desiring oblivion, there are seldom words that can break through our walls of isolation and suffering.
However, I know it does happen.
I am sure you have got through to many people who felt they did not want to hear.
So keep on the good work of bringing light to the people but do not EVER forget to nurture yourself!
Alison Storm Wolf xxx




 


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