Friday, May 8, 2009

A poem about something, if anything were to be: about how man can become truth, but must maintain truth

(Journey in a Broken World)

Article by Marc Aupiais

Streams of essence, of truth itself,
Death be broken, life now halt.
Truth the basis, the connecting thing,
Truth be justice, reactions form.

Independent, bluish rays, ocean broken, greenish tide,
Truth be broken, truth be gone, I pursue it now, my tears bestowed,
Pinkness slithers, and moves away,
Truth, I cannot tell from truth, essence, from essence,

I break, I wail,

Truth I pursue, just behind, magic it is, below all time.

Truth, I stalk, I hunt it in the dusk of night.

Illusions of sight, I break through these,
And though I feel pressure, and realize more than another?

Truth not mine, not just yet,
Reality's reflecting, incarnate, I seek all truth,
Empty, broken, as the world does sway,

Tears do come, but not yet truth,
Truth I seek, and seek and seek.

Truth I alone seek, I break all hope.
All falls apart, as truth I become.

Truth, that connected with the basis of all things, truth that which lured, truth, that which connections made sought.

Lies surround me, as I burrow deep deep down:

I am truth, for I seek this very thing, I wonder at this, as the green forrest's light does speak.

Humbly, below the surface, wading among poisonous force,

Truth I am, for truth I seek, yet should I halt my search, th's hopeful aspirations' made,
Without the search, as truth I'd cease.

See through the illusion, of truth I speak,
Solve the riddle, be truth's dear peak!

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