On life and its vagaries

To the gilded façade

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“In the haze, doesn’t dispatch-

Look like a hilarious option?”


Seeing how fallacious all prophets can be, one is forced to go back and relearn essentials.


To the gilded façade



None of them stay still-

They spread,


Unearth spirits.

It’s natural.

It’s how there’s revival.





Those who stray-

Need they pain us?

Why be perturbed?

They could even perish thus!


There’ll still be those-

Who weave a heaven,

Out of arrant muck!




Just watch,

What is STILL-


And what’s dead

Doesn’t revive……




Wonder there’s exodus?

Structures stunt

WILL sliver,

Need any ponder-

Why strictures go blunt………..?




Lore is a black hole

With no hope-

Of further dimensions



Sad too,

We can’t yet unlearn habits.

For the gilded façade,

Obscures life.



4 Responses

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  1. those last two stanzas put a tight bow on this…watch out for the black hole, it sucks…aand i have found such freedom in some unlearnings…

    brian miller

    March 3, 2011 at 8:58 pm

    • had to claw my way out of the event horizon,
      too much is absorbed, you know, it’s almost indecent.
      May be that’s why Goethe cried for ‘more light’ 🙂


      March 29, 2011 at 3:23 pm

  2. glad to see you continued post.
    keep up the excellence.

    wishing you the best.
    share one piece with us today, make more friends…

    bless you.

  3. Thank you kind friend,I am grateful to you for coming here and inviting me to your fraternity.

    Sadly, due to reasons unconnected with writing I have moved far too offshore to move back into the word- space.

    Wishing you the very best


    March 29, 2011 at 3:42 pm

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