I tore your pictures from my walls
cast you to my raging scrawl
threw your tatters to the wind
Glued them back in panicked haste
then ripped them at their seams again.
Churned you in my funeral pyre,
then yanked the pieces from the fire.
nailed you back up on my wall,
but once again
your picture falls
down into a deep divide-
that consumes my heart,
my soul and mind.
Now I think I’ll leave you there-
where i know i’ll always find you.
These memories i bury deep,
regardless of my troubled sleep.
yet in my sweating, seething grotto,
faded pictures rise to find me.
but in that lost and haunted tomb
I slowly, gently
lance the boil
and heal the scarred and swollen wound.
Sketch of the day is of my favourite drink moscow mule. Its is vodka and ginger ale. My friend and I were mucking around and came up with the quote “we need to empty out the empitiness” I guess it’s in reference to making space for better things. I’m not quite sure. We were tipsy and I found the quote in my notebook this morning 🙂
Very incisive discussion of human political,cultural,spiritual evolution..to those of u who have doubts about traditional religious approaches, this is an interesting,well researched must read..I enjoyed reading and learning from it..
And from its midst was the likeness of four living beings,
And this is their appearance; they had the likeness of a man.
And [each] one had four faces, and [each] one had four wings.
And their legs were straight legs, and the soles of their feet were
like a round foot, and they sparkled like the color of burnished copper.
And human hands were beneath their wings on their four sides,
And their faces and their wings were [the same] to all four of them.
Their wings joined one to the other; they did not turn when they
Walked; each one would go toward the direction of his face.
And the likeness of their faces was the face of a man,
And the face of a lion was on their right, to the four of them,
And the face of an ox to their left, to the four…
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