Going Blank Again
Is there an expiration date
On silence, the silence that begs us to write
In bloom we are silent
In dialogue with the universe
Then to remember the moment
We write about it for the
Rest of our lives, that is how
Mystic writers are born
Prophets who go by the name
“Anonymous” nice to read you
You will notice many of them
Shuffling down the centuries
With a surreal smile on their lips
In the arms of Spring
You will see them
Somewhere on the street
On the first murmur of the wind
Across the ember of the months
Through the river of language
Untying what you were taught
With hurried words that doesn’t
Need many breaths, they can say it all
Ageless, with buried open eyes
Unhearable, with the quality of silence
Beneath their stainless anthems
Nameless speeches to humanity
Is there an expiration date on silence?
I think not, only the extinction
Of an audience, only the missing
Information in the cloud
In the space between planets
In the time between civilizations
That’s the eternity were beautiful words go.
My good brother, I have invited you to take the love in ten sentences challenge. Feel free to participate. Just know that you are appreciated, my friend. https://syl65.wordpress.com/2015/04/07/love-in-ten-sentences-back-to-the-future-edition/
Ah Syl, you are too late, I did it as well 😛
I’m usually not a fan of blogging awards and such, but I did find that one amusing.
That’s okay, Wuji. It is the thought my friend and you’re highly thought of.
Well I really do appreciate the retweets, I realize it’s you now! Also, how do you start to network on there, I’m sorta new to it….
If you link your posts to twitter, they will show up there and it’s just a matter of tweeters retweeting and or favoring your post.
I did that a while ago, I think what I’m lacking there is followers, maybe because I don’t follow enough others? I don’t know, will look into it….
Maybe lack of followers and you have to actively rt and fav other’s tweets. Sometimes, its hard to manage several blogs.
Hmm yeah, I’ll poke around there, but it does seem like a lot of work hehe
I know what you mean 😀
Thanks for the tips spirit-bro!
You’re welcome, always!
Great poem, love the last few lines, really well done. thanks 🙂
Hi Michelle, yes I tend to close well in theory