Sagacious words

Poetry is a deal of joy and pain and wonder, with a dash of the dictionary. ~ Khalil Gibran

Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Weave of Eternity

The Pharaohs' thought themselves gods;
Not only able to beat but to control the odds,
Despite the belief of immortality they're all dead now
In the end, you do always reap what you sow
Whether high or low status in life, we still all die-

We all cry and try to live more than for a blink of an eye-
In desperation and with aspiration in the great weave of eternity,
The fear of death should be viewed with pragmatism-
To be less fearful of existence should be the path of all,
Whether motivated by the inspiration of a creator, 
Or the urgency of time as the natural dictator,
Power to the essence of every human being-
And an acceptance of the validation for all living things-
With celebrations for all that such appreciation can bring.


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