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Dark shades of black
by . ignis

Saturday, March 25, 2006
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Mankind can never hope to understand life and future if it continues to accept the 'missing link' as an oddity of science (one as big as 10 million years, mind you). The hyperlinks below provide very general and limited information that explains the events accountable for the missing link, yet containing enough data to provide those willing to learn a point from where they will be able to explore further themselves: and

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A dark shade of black

It matters not if you're pale among the pale
One does not miss color in such circumstance
Where everyone is lastingly bland and stale
And hues never earn as much as a glance

It matters not if you're blind among the blind
One does not miss sight in such circumstance
Where everybody is simply unable to find
Obstacles beyond the sticks in their hands

It matters not if you're dense among the dense
One doesn't miss a brain in such circumstance
Where nobody ever attempts to make sense
And perception is never allowed a chance

It matters not if you're dead among the dead
One doesn't miss life in such circumstance
Where darkness and void firmly embe d
Memories of life nobody understands

It matters not if you're doomed
Not under any circumstance
That your soul is entombed
Buried by evil's icy hands
You will never come back
To the light that blinds you
But dark shades of black
Way past infinity will imbue
Your precious soul, your essence
From now on under any circumstance

Rage of Reason


It speaks: I've always belonged to the dark. It makes me feel at home, provides a place to dream and allows visions to foster creation. In a never ending night, that has sheltered the unthinkable and unimaginable, the ineffable and overwhelming that never interfered with the light that merely burns holes in the eyes of those half-witted 2 strand dna entities ruled by fear and ignorance, even if they deny it ardently. The dark is more selective; it allows only those who know their way about to survive. Soon darkness will be shed over all worlds to separate shallow sheep from those who were destined to become immortal. It will become known there and then what the prophecies intended to express.


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Reviewed by Judy Meeker 7/2/2006
I noticed the photo... A gray? I have had a visit with them, and I never dared tell anyone because of my Christian beliefs. I always thought this was a wakeing dream, yet they seem so real.
Judy Meeker
Reviewed by Sandy Knauer 3/25/2006
I must not read you correctly, because your darkness brings light in my world. Maybe it's because I see the truth in your words, and to me the truth is always brighter than its opposite. This is amazing work.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/25/2006
Great work Rage! You go beyond what most of us do, and have a good grasp of truth! Thank you for sharing it all with us!

Thanks too for your comment and the url you gave me!

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/25/2006
Very deep offering Rage!!

Your work always leve me thinking...deep!!

Hey where did you get my pic???

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Aberjhani 3/25/2006
Within these DARK SHADES OF BLACK are crossroads that illustrate choices between spiritual evolution and psychological regression. Discernment between the two is a gift of the will to accept the greater responsibility that comes with greater knowledge. It is because of darkness that light radiates the purpose, power, and love that it does. And it is Light, for this reader, that speaks and shines the greater theme through these masterfully crafted lines.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 3/25/2006
You sound the clarion call to those that have ears to listen, Rage
The Time of Vexation has begun, and we are standing and teetering on the edge of the chasm now !
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 3/25/2006
Your words come from the darkness to my sunlit room and I chill. Your wisdom comes through the light and I understand that you are the missing link attempting to set the alarm. Those without the insight must depend on those who have it and listen. All have a purpose. Yours is evident.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 3/25/2006
You're getting a little to deep for this old word-warrior. As far as your concept of the missing link theory, (I know, you think it not theory, but reality) I maintain that there is a great possibility of a fusing of the missing link and creationism. I mean, hey! why couldn't it all have worked together? Good poem. Good insight.
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