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  Yesterday Winked…Today Cried
by J. Allen Wilson
Tuesday, August 01, 2006
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Back in June, the events and forces of good and evil were mounting the hidden walls of an unseen world. Preparations were being made for the days to come. Much like my poem titled Bloody Summer in June states “Peace, Peace They Say, Then Cometh Sudden Destruction”. The lines are already drawn and the fulfillment of the days of trouble are at last at hand…be prepared and have your lamps trimmed…for yesterday winked and today cried.


Yesterday Winked…Today Cried


 


 


Yesterday winked into a sultry tomorrow,


Yet few seemed to take notice


As vultures perched on high surveyed the carrion of man’s sorrow.


For as yesterday winked, charred flesh fell from bone.


 Today cried aloud without hope for the blood of ages,


And the horror of war called more innocents home.


Destiny quickened is revealed by the dust of a broken land


Raging culminations set forth in motion by the self hatred of man.


For he numbers not in wisdom the days that were once before


and he tallies not his fleeting tomorrows in the eclipse unspeakable of war.


With yesterday gone and tomorrow consumed by the night,


the revelations of man’s true sorrows will soon be brought to light.


So listen, look and understand…


the writing is on the wall and soon comes the son of man.


 


 


 


 J. Allen Wilson © Eight 2006


 


 


 




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Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 8/3/2006
A powerful write, real and thought provoking, brilliant expressed.
Love and Peace, B&R
Reviewed by Peter Paton 8/2/2006
Allen

You speak the truth..

Peter
Reviewed by Lew Duffey 8/2/2006
Well written piece. And so true. To put a little more hopeful thought, Jesus said, "When you see these things coming to pass, look up for your redemption draweth nye. When he comes, let's be ready,
God Bless,
Lew
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 8/2/2006
I think the writing is on the wall these days, and it doesn't bode well.
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 8/2/2006
We have history as a reminder of the demons that lurk for judgement day and in some respects it is already here for others. I believe in truth and compassion and that these two attributes in a person along with love...will enforce the leap into heaven that history also tells us is coming. One needs to believe as you say...the demons are here...just waiting.
Susan
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 8/2/2006
Yeah, they have been saying that for centuries.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 8/2/2006
Intriquing and interesting view of what was seemingly predicted and slowly emerging as the civilized world seems on the edge of collapse.

Fee
Reviewed by ROCK-Salt! Proctor 8/1/2006
Right on, write on, Rocky
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 8/1/2006
Are you sure you are not the reincarnation of Nostradamus, Al...? And that picture of me in my Jersey Devil mode was supposed to stay between us...;) Ed
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 8/1/2006
Outstanding and powerful visionary poetry, this is excellent.

Reindeer
Reviewed by E T Waldron 8/1/2006
Allen, this is so powerful it chills me through! So beautifully written,such horrific topic, and yet if it is that time I for one look forward to it. Enough of this warring planet!...Eileen

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