LUMINARY'S STEPS

 

As an owl picked out the fixed Star

A break in the clouds, a ray of hope

Washing her hands of muddled,

Many-sided habit of mind

Not tasting earlier setting kind.

 

Discerner gifted supplied sustenance,

Caring for brethren...

Though injured by a wolf raging

Esteemed as right

The flood of trouble,

Sustained loss and harm,

Not dwelling in state warm.

Bearing dolor with patience of Job,

Having in sight Eden's riot of color

With rapturous love...

Not glancing on brethren

With violent eyes

For all are possession of

The Father of Lights,

Made to evolve into siblings

Of the Innocent Son.

 

Fixated on patterns of perfection,

Reaching blue skies,

Absorbed by new highs;

Discarder of the thorniness

Of envious rivalry

And leukemic greediness,

Infecting the length

And breadth of the land.

Wary of deprivers

Of the world of good

Dumping ruthless foes,

In the Ocean of His Pity

Fishing out

A thornless rose...

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Antonio Liao on June 14, 2012 at 10:21 AM said:

So poetic that one should... see between lines the meaning of each idea of every paragraph... like a light that glows only in the midst of the dark... as you see and read... you couldn't stop it until it ends... God bless.

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lotsapowit on April 22, 2012 at 1:12 PM said:

Timeless Truth and Beauty!

Poetic genius, the "fishing out a thornless rose..." really got to the heart of the matter. Messages again, with eternal importance but delivery in a distinctively melodic manor.

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