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Monday, 31 October 2011

After the Storm

The fact that you saw the world 
Affected all your decision (Wayne)
To see pain ignite rage, combustible   

But hold on 
Don't burn wings of guardian angels 
They protect you from the worst 

Like the magnetic fields of the earth
Against sun storms that rage 
And you are not alone, to feel alone 

To lock yourself in isolation  
Cutting off all invisible bridges
To the eye of the storm 

Wishing on the end 
What ever kind, it be, to be 
Be done with   

Becoming cold 
A stranger to yourself , reflection  
Holding contempt  

While in the process 
Draining off refiling tanks 
Half full, half empty in parables 

The fact that 
You are faced with frustration  
In circles feeling dizzy, seeing no way out 

Does not mean 
You have lost  your sight for good 
Hold on, let it all come to you 

Allow the dust storm to settle 
It always does, it is the rule of nature 
And see clear, with no regrets after  

The worst of it all 
Is just a phantom state of the mind
A  temporary lapse of good men 

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  1. i like how you go here step by step..almost like taking us by the hand and show us through the different states of being, thinking, mind - inside and outside..

  2. dont burn the wings of guardian angels is where you caught me...and it ripped on from there...nicely penned man...

  3. Allow the dust storm to settle
    It always does, it is the rule of nature
    And see clear, with no regrets after .....it's good when there are no regrets...nice write.

  4. Ahhh!! A temporary loss of good men... perfect ending.. I enjoyed reading it my friend. Thanks.

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    Om Namah Shivaya
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  5. some hard truth is put on the table.
    powerful poetry.


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