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Thursday, July 28, 2005 

A Flicker in the Dark

Reading: Basics of Biblical Hebrew
Listening: Still no music
Enjoying: Quizno's Honey ham or something

This one is a bit old, but I thought I'd better get some going quick. I especially appreciate feedback and criticism of verse, since I'm quite poor at it and any comments (even unprofessional thumbs up/down) helps a lot. May you enjoy.

A Flicker in the Dark

Fanning flames on dark nights burn bright,
And all the palates create sights
Of distant memories, and lights
That kindle deep loves, strong and tight.

Bittersweet, pungent, the smoke and fire
Creates, and destroys – cups briar;
The love and the prayers are higher,
Than e'er this ashen heart could sire.

Tho' I'd fly, this cup is still mine,
To walk a fine and dirty line.
Ground teeth through tears help to opine
As I incarnate my design.

But yet for a while on this night,
I sit and exude o'er my fire –
And wait for aeons, all of time,
To conspire in a moment... eternity.

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That was a VERY interesting one! Seriously interesting.

That is great to hear, thank you for reading!

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