Beneath it All

underneath it all
lies our earthly remnants
scattered around
bits and pieces
glittery, transparent, translucent and dim
drips of silver and celadon
shards of purple lilac rain
notes of melodic romantic bliss
that entrance us wholly
poets of an earlier age
that told of heroes and stalwart women
and those of now
that look within us
sly wolf eyes upon us
owls from the trees that swoop down
and pierce us and take us away
to nowhere and everywhere
animals tell us where we’ve been
and where we’re going
to nowhere and everywhere
i can tell you now
I’m going to the moon
where chocolate tastes like ice

One thought on “Beneath it All

  1. Wow! Really nice! Love the past and the present interplay and of course the “purple lilac rain”ref. Wonder what the “all” means in the first line?Can’t get to Karis computer to do instagram. She has Facebook – still ednalorrishipp on that?

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