Category Archives: Descriptive reflections – non-rhyming descriptive statements

“Coming round, coming round”

Coming round, coming round what is it that watches over me? there is a something . . . this I cannot fathom not in my conception not in my mind a fact unfathomable a large gaping gap a void in … Continue reading

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“Feeling the presence, a great weight squashes me”

Feeling the presence, a great weight squashes me my self fades, the pain of the FACT makes it mark the great myriad images of life recede, passing away in the midst and the truth . . . yes! . . . that … Continue reading

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“Lost in the world of my own reality”

Lost in the world of my own reality bewildered at my own sight images pass, words echo amidst my dawning brow thoughts toss upon the glades remembrances cascade along the way the murmering stream calls forth my name . . … Continue reading

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“In the dark chasm of my mind, a labyrinth unfolds”

In the dark chasm of my mind, a labyrinth unfolds there I see . . . an oracle I have become speaking the unutterable sound prounouncing the worldless word stand still and hear the speechlessness of the oracle . . .  … Continue reading

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“Sitting upon the throne I revolve my mind” – with a remark about growth

Sitting upon the throne I revolve my mind spiralling evermore in the vacuous space of existence seeing . . . knowing . . . experiencing the changing state of my life a continual alternation of seasons unfold before me behold!  a coming … Continue reading

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“Look . . . I’ve lost hold” – with a remark about the ‘ailment’ of experiencing life

Look . . . I’ve lost hold my footing has given way I fall in the tumbling rage falling further from my comforted home sinking into the oblivion of life I can neither see nor feel my bearings . . . … Continue reading

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“I feel the coming of the eternal ache” – with a remark about the ‘command to live’

I feel the coming of the eternal ache it eats me deep inside and makes me cold if it would only relax for a few minutes and give me a break! to give me sweet relaxation and calm but, unrelentless in … Continue reading

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