LadySilk in Infinite Wisdom — Fades to Black

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In the name of love

I swarmed through oceans of mysteries and drank fire and brimstones

While dancing upon Mount Everest

I found the magic in the reasons

That took us outside the realm of impossibilities

Where many failed to succeed

I spent hours rediscovering and protecting myself

Afraid of indecisive thoughts

All the while searching for definitive answers

I was lodged in a place that sheltered me

Magnificently hidden, I shined

While other stars burned out

I transported thousands of electrical currents spontaneously

That multiplied ignition

While your reverence surround me

I stood atop the sun and slowly drifted amidst the storm

Casting enlightenment

While humility radiated from core

I crossed a spiritual bridge and made love

In the sanctuary of endless visions

While birthing bright stars continuously

I searched for boundaries

Where, knowledge was supposed to be applied and

Where life had no limits

I watched people searching the world

Wandering blindly through darkened streets

While cities cried out in vain

I crossed a river and its waters contained

The bitterness of stolen memories

While the waves sang shamelessly

I cast out their dreams containing the demons

That disbursed lies’ like dragonflies

While bitter hearts bled truth

I swarmed through oceans of mysteries

Drinking fire and brimstones

While dancing atop Mount Everest

 

We the people, assumed World Power as the ultimate power

While we endlessly undervalue its reverence and political standings

Mankind continues to remain unyielding and unaffected

I swarmed through oceans of mysteries

Drinking fire and brimstones while dancing atop Mount Everest

Whereas I swarmed through oceans of mysteries

Drinking fire and brimstones while dancing atop Mount Everest

Began to wonder In the name of love; are we not our brothers’ keepers?

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Poets against Bullying “Resistance”

 

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Resistance

Why say you; are we haunted by such low self-esteem

I’ve looked towards the rafters though none could be seen

 

 Running

She hurried towards the sound trying to escape

Gripping, gripping

The fear of fear now so strong, giving off an aura

A warning of; I do not belong “gripping

She heard it; her own fate

She looked at it

Filled with rage filled with hate

The void, the emptiness, pumping, her heart raced

How did this happen

Clearly her judgment was wrong

How will she escape

Absent of time; absent of space

Wondering would she get out of this scrape

“Gripping, gripping”

The hold so strong she thought why not try

How could she go wrong

Would she? Could she

Should she scream rape

Will someone hear her

See her, catch her psychosis on tape

Drench in her personal fear, a sensation of wrong

Her thoughts became euphoric, and her cries became a song

Out of the fog; she has since escaped

Escaped the misery, the emptiness, of that dark place

“The fear of fear is in its self; the fear of life and nothing else”

 

Epiphany

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As he continued to stroke it as if his own,  I bit my lip while his hands sure and full of body  entangled with mine began to touch me

Epiphany
I tried to minimize the damage to my heart
But to no avail
As the droplets of his love left the taste of wanting
And of needing more
But in reality all that glitter
Wasn’t Gold

You see in the midst of all this madness
I had cracked the corruption
That was hidden in my very own soul,
So I turned on these null and void emotions
Like the quick sand, it was
Like the poison flowing from his lips

Like a bad taste in my mouth;
Waiting for me to spit,
So I stopped
And asked my self
Was it; was he,
Worth all this

Copyright © 2010 by Gayle Howell (Nubian Poet Silk)®
All rights reserved. ISBN 978-1-4675-5443-5 – Available on Amazon.com
http://www.amazon.com/Elements-Poets-Origin-Gayle-Howell/dp/146755443X/

“She” Time

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She looks in the mirror
And doesn’t like whom she see’s
As this unknown woman continues
To peek back at she
Staring straight at her
Looking deeply into her eyes

Yet she seems unable to recognize
That this picture perfect woman
Of whom she sees
Is the mirror reflection
Of what became of; she

Taking it down deeper
As she crosses the room
She’s leaving time behind her,
And all its darkest gloom
She’s that little girl serenity
All grown-up

Facing the aging nemesis
No longer the sweet buttercup
Time is her worst enemy,
Her memory almost gone
Her hair, body and nails are brittle
And completely worn

As she looks in the mirror,
All she can see
Is that strange looking woman
Questioning
How do you
Know me

From My Book Silk Elements “A Poet’s Origin”
Copyright © 2010 by Gayle Howell (Nubian Poet Silk)®
All rights reserved. ISBN 978-1-4675-5443-5 – Available on Amazon.com
http://www.amazon.com/Elements-Poets-Origin-Gayle-Howell/dp/146755443X/

Silk Elements “A Poet’s Origin” Reviews

The word “element” is and was originally used to refer to one of the four fundamental states of matter, solid, liquid, gas and plasma. Beginning with the Babylonians well through to the days of the Greek philosopher Empedocles, several ancient philosophers also used the term “element” to refer to a set of archetypal classical elements to explain patterns in nature as in Earth, Water, Air and Fire. It was Aristotle who in about 350 B.C. conceived of the idea of a “fifth” factor which he called quintessence which formed the heavens.

In Silk Elements, all of these philosophical expressions are used to refer to a state of being, where there is a soft exhibition area that explains the patterns in and of A Poets’ origin through poetry. Rather than the chemical elements of modern science inside A Poet’s Origin you will find Silk Elements as the following “Perception/air, Tears/water, Existence/earth Seductive/fire and Personification/quintessence.”

Silk Elements “A Poet’s Origin”
Copyright © 2010 by Gayle Howell (Nubian Poet Silk)®
All rights reserved. ISBN 978-1-4675-5443-5 – Available on Amazon.com
http://www.amazon.com/Elements-Poets-Origin-Gayle-Howell/dp/146755443X/