Pages tagged with Darkness

The book of Genesis in poetry In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth, and the earth was without form and void and darkness was upon the face of the deep, and God said let there be light and there was light
Genetics is not a root cause of homosexuality, but choice is. DNA is not the factor but rather it is a freely given lifestyle.
Some of us had forgotten about the past, but what if the past itself hunt us up to the present time affecting our future.
short poem about angels eyes in the heavens,that down at us 24/7.. look up on a dark night and think !
In the darkest hour of the day, I was able to find myself again.
This poem is about the shadow self. The shadow self-projects its fears in our rear. These in turn shadow us from ourselves. Turn around and see the truth. There are no shadows being created from love at any time. A candle creates shadows for others, not for itself. It burns from i...
God now sends Locusts in great numbers to destroy the little vegetation left by the hail. This is followed by three days of darkness in Egypt.
My poems are about darkness of heart but also present some glimpses of hope.
this book was hidden in the dark, hidden as forbidden book this book was hidden in the dark, hidden as forbidden book unforgivable Confessions of a corrupt soul, an undesirable and unforgiving person...
Most of us have committed some type of idiotic or blatantly wrongful act of some kind at one time or another. Initially most of us may not have realized just how terribly ridiculous the act was. It was as if we were held ~ to a certain extent ~ in bondage and darkness by evil for...
Even when only darkness seems to be on our way, we must keep looking out for sunnier days.
Truth-seekers and the open-minded seem to be two categories that are exclusive to each other. While the former profess indubitable thirst for knowledge, they filter the facts and accept them selectively as they suit them. On the other hand, the open-minded intelligently absorb the f...
A challenge given to me by a fellow writer, became this...
This is a poem about the nature of man and how the light of day can change the world.
This is a poem in response to psychiatrist Carl Jung's quote: "Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people." Recognizing, acknowledging, revealing to others our mistakes can be the most devastating and liberating experiences we may enc...
When we seem dead and buried within life's muddy waters, it is then that we must throw ourselves a life-raft. By getting closer to who we really are, by being our real selves, we can see through these muddy waters to the distant star that we are. To really be our real selves, we need...
Some of my short story poems,with a few twist endings.
You open your eyes, you forget the depth of the abyss, you forget the depth of oblivion and thickness of indifference... Arcane and fractal nightmare...
This short poem makes reference to a gentle feeling, something so small, and yet, capable to change ones life.
An account of a boy trapped under what used to be his home, now turned into nothing but a tomb of rubble by a terrifying earthquake...
A couple of poems; one of them dedicated to the shadows of a long night, and other about the tender day.
She only wanted to find a little bit of light, to give more meaning to a life filled with nothing but plastic glitter
A nonet poem about how meditation can help one clear his/her vision, thus leading to renewal of insight.
never remember the night I count you as a shine star.
Mind and consciousness, by definition, are neither mutually exclusive concepts, it turns out, and nor do they overlap but are actually one and the same. The Mancharians also cast a spotlight on the ego situated in the darkest recesses of man's mind. - Jamie Sentana-Ries-Cortez
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