A Poem by odinroark


Author: PRO odinroark
Created: March 04, 2013 at 10:05 pm
Upload Type: Poem, A (18+)  
Category: Philosophy | Free Verse | Death
Upload Stats: 3.83 Stars by 3 users with 3 comments and 122 views

One's Shadowless Moment  

One's Shadowless Moment

That which we embrace
That which we shun
That which we serve

Assimilation

Man's strange bedfellow
Remaining often long in the wings
Allowing shadow-light to become constant
Inviting ghost-like impressions
Enjoin one's timeless opacity of reason

Edification reveals
Experience rejecting idleness
Determined to share
Clover-rich bounty
Free of any fear
Sagacity being void of threat
As predators ignorant
Discover wisdom unconquerable

Sageness
Prepares its ungloved hands
To wave its alert
Ready to allow
Hidden time to luminesce

Discernment
Cautious to act
Knowing empirical reality
Must first pass through
Emotion's unreliability
Patiently pauses

White hot focus holds sway
Peripheral resistance wanes
Fractions
Equations
Formulae satiated
Acceptance invites convergence

Consciousness
Once in asylum
No longer struggling to be
Stands naked at last
Heart and mind fused
Light embodying darkness
Like the ever-forming oneness
Of sunrise comprising sunset
Birth ripening awaited death






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Author Notes


So often we give too little acknowledgment to the process of maturing.

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SonofVampyr
March 05, 2013
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It has a certain musicality. I sincerely enjoyed it.


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stephenb
March 05, 2013
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excellent work....this reminded me of when I used to dread getting older, not knowing that youthful power was replaced by a different kind of strength and wisdom.
I also thought of it as being addressed to, or of a poet or other "sayer"
thanks


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tripleaxellanie
March 04, 2013
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interesting
I like how you begin some stanzas with a word, I think it adds depth to the poem.


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