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Author Name: Freebluefish 3 Comments
Date Added: November 19, 2004 22:11:51 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Quest for Latter Days
Nestle in my hair
oh thoughts of final times.
How the roads of life
run into complex knots.
Always i remain on the otherside
of walking upside down into the morning...
What do you know oh wiggly strands

of mousy brown, upon my head--
as you senses beyond the corners of the world
an unfolding change
beyond the curtain of understanding.

What sinister watcher plots
the fall of mighty towers
the poison of the fields of peace
disappearance of islands and the moving
of mountains the change of many things..

It does not recognize me
as i walk within my footprints
as i sing beyond to the mysterious maker
beyond the glowing crib of the moon--
That which oppresses with the
ribbons of illusions
cannot perceive me for i am simple
stumble into hidden paths
into the creaking doorway of tomorrow--
and there is no pride to guide it to me
my hands heal with gentleness
of tender labor the scroll of prayer .
And as a gift
obscurity cover me
like a well patched cloak
scribe the dying leaves
as the cottonwoods bend in homage
to the final rain of stars.....
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Comment By: FreeBarbara Demasson on November 20, 2004 07:17:55 PM Report
Bravo!! *stands and applauds*

Comment By: FreeAlison Storm Wolf on November 20, 2004 08:17:11 AM Report
Breathtaking in every way! I SO look forward to reading more of your work. I am taking this poem into favourites because it could have been wriiten by me!
Not that I have your skill...simply your understanding.
Alison Storm Wolf
Comment By: FreeApril on November 19, 2004 10:53:12 PM Report
You paint a very good image. I think this is a very good piece.



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