Inside out.
June 13, 2011, 11:13 pm
Filed under: Poetry, Spirit

With life we are flexible

In death,  brittle. Rigid.

Through life we uplift

In death we destroy; we divide.

In a moment it occurs –

The capacity for life,

The door to light.

In a moment it is shown to us

And blinked away

Looking through the answer

We turn only to consume

More will lead us!

More will show us!

There is nothing new under the sun.

This is the gift to know.


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Comment by Strawberry

cool expression, thanks, welcome sharing your poetry with us today.


Comment by Jingle

enticing! more please ^_^

Comment by Mike


divine words, well done.

Comment by Promising Poets' Poetry Cafe

thanks for reading… 🙂

Comment by simplyenjoy

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