ACTION POTENIAL : dVerse Open Link Night#124

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ACTION POTENTIAL

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All or Nothing..

..or Nothing at all

Second chances

are few

Many will fall

In an unstable world

of chaos and grace

backwards glances

will find you

trying to pace

Wishing for Time

with no fences to ride

Our existence Absolute

as is our death

The universe guides

listening  hearts

Let your soul run free friend

Hold your head high

Let gratitude fill

the lungs of this life

Wonders you’ll reap

What’s there  to lose?

 Take the leap

Free of fear

On paper wings 

you will glide.

“Take the leap, or die trying”- Jason Silva

 

Written for dVerse Poets Pub

FREE OF OURSELVES : MIND

Scared child

Scared child (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Taphe looked paralyzed..

..or at least mentally deficient,

(Truths lay in opposites).

Her hypermnesic Mind

saw the

“Too Real”.

A vivid  unearthly feel. 

Was Kako physically present,

(Or an eidetic image)?

Imprinted energy.

Lingering memory.. 

Maybe they were right.

She was paralyzed.

…With Fear…

…of touching him…

…speaking his name aloud…

…of  looking into…

history’s ocean –

–  in his eyes.

Their history.

Frozen,

an unwritten book,

last stanza missing,

mystery unsolved.

 An intense fear of failure .

At least, she lived up to both their names.

Being buried alive

was heaven 

compared against

discovering

he was

 gone.

Written For TheM3Blog and Flash-In-The-Pan

ENCOMIUM-Eros and The Omega Point:APOSTROPHE:TRIFEXTRA#85

Libia, Cirene (sito archeologico), Tempio di Zeus

Tempio di Zeus (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

TRIFECTICATE YOURSELF…JOIN IN!

This week T3 is making us sit at our tiny elementary school desks…I feel as though I’m being punished…and I like it:)

Here is this weeks challenge:

“This week we are taking you, once again, back to school for a lesson in literary devices.  Remember the apostrophe?  About.com defines apostrophe as, “A figure of speech in which some absent or nonexistent person or thing is addressed as if present and capable of understanding.”  That same site provides some excellent examples of apostrophes in classical literature. Check them out and then have a crack at it yourself.  Give us your best 33-word example of an apostrophe.”

Here is my bit “Encomium”:( i HAVE NO IDEA IF I DID THIS CORRECTLY..IRONY)

OH!

My skin…

So tightly pulled!

Siamese dreams…

Lightning struck by the god(s)…

Aristophanes…who is laughing?

Zeus?

Who’s your henchman..

(Ironically knowing) 

 Only the symbiotic… Eros

Would see this through

JOKES ON….

Never Stop

Lush Green Grass

Lush Green Grass (Photo credit: Winter Pearl)

“It’s Henry Millers Blade of Grass…” “Make It HappenJason Silva

Whatever you do

don’t stop…

This spinning mass propelled

by the collective.

WE THE PEOPLE.

Eloquent faults….genetic mishaps…human errors

come together forming a Milky Way of minds.

Create, Tolerate,Write, Sing, Dance, Scream Primally  Stand Up, Speak Up, Protect the Weak,

Allow Yourself 

to be open

The world dies the day we fall silent…doing nothing.

NEVER STOP.

“It isn’t all black and white”-Ben Weasel

“We come in rougher”-Eugene Hutz