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    Into the breeze

    Into the breeze


    The closed circle that we dwell upon,
    Meaningless to the onlooker who gazes far about.

    Hoping a glimpse to discover love,
    This mystery that only those who have known it can compare.

    Eternally we dance to a simple melody,
    That of procreation and activity.

    Therefore none can leak out their dreams,
    Favoring survival beyond any hazy ambitions.

    For death awaits the unweary of time,
    Past and present that collide only within our lives.

    Stepping up to the task still remains an option,
    We aren't mere meals out for consumption.

    Realisation is the first step to true growth,
    The mind is a toy that man hopes to use,
    Surpassing all expectations and play with one could call,
    The power of God.


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    A beautiful world
    reading all the poems in POTM for May
    spontaneous inspiration


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    Re: Into the breeze

    I had to chew on this for a bit... being that you don't skimp on using your apparent, exensive vocabulary.
    Not to mention, you have a way of wording that vocabulary in such a way, that one has to dig in to grasp the meaning. Its not just floating on the surface.

    This poem certainly depicts a unique way of looking at things.
    ... Not Ever Again...

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