Captured In Emotion

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic


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Do you think worldly words are worth reading or do they just ramble?
Do they warm your heart or are they cold and gray?
Do you care if the words are deformed, jagged, or indirect?
Or are they sneaky like a snake to catch you off guard?

Program your dream of tomorrow and listen to the singing bowls of remembrance as they guide you. Sit quietly as the sound permeates your mind and soul. 

Let the true tune calm you like a slowly flowering field in summertime. Listen as the leaves rustle high above in the cottonwood tree. Relax into an afternoon slumber in the shade beside the sunshine.

Wander into the recesses of your mind as you slumber deep in the confines of your psyche. Watch for the geometric patterns to hypnotize your eyes in slow motion. Don’t expect your expressions to make sense. Conjure the remembrances of magic from once upon a time. Shift the conscience into the clandestine flow of the eternal dimensions. Many dimensions slowly twist and turn inside your mind to bring about alluring symmetry. Float among the calming clouds high overhead.

Look towards the rainbow where the sky's are blue. Capture the emotions of the cheerfully melancholy songbirds as the horizon greets the morning sunshine. Affirm to yourself that your life is worth living. Remember life is worth the effort and love is forever channeling to you and through you. Never refuse love and keep watch for little songbirds to affirm the continuance of life.


Submitted: June 08, 2021

© Copyright 2021 Elenore B Rigby. All rights reserved.

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