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Last Gasps
by E T Waldron
Saturday, July 31, 2010
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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The night fades
the birds nest
the memory wades
the trees rest
crimson crevices
open in dreams
shifting molecules
flood the scene
phantoms quiescent
nymphs aflutter
no mans descent
in cosmic clutter
riding with velocity
through my left eye
horses of prophecy
racers of the sky
apocalyptic entities
enter my space
demons and deities
no human race
entwined in warfare
causing alarm
strike without care
doing much harm
earth full of war
joins in the battle
the world we know
is losing its saddle

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Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 8/15/2010
Yes, humanity should be ready for the ride of it's lifetime..
Well done Eileen!
Peace, love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 8/7/2010
yes gone in the wind, but there still is hope, which we must keep in scope, maybe wash the fools off with acid soap, great versing, cheers
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 8/5/2010
Great! It's sooo good to read your creative and insightful poetry again!
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley 8/5/2010
And the armies which were in heaven followed HIM upon white horses. . .
BEHOLD, the LORD cometh with ten thousands of His saint's.

I ain't gonna lose my saddle! And if someone steals it, I'll ride bareback.

When you get down to your last gasp on earth, then you'll find there is hope coming in the clouds.Let eye see: let ear hear; Be of good cheer; Lord come quickly.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/4/2010
Apocalyptic indeed. As our bodies break down, and, we all do, the mind picks up the signals and transmits them to us.

You have chronicled that process so well here. Fortunately, the Earth is in constant rebirth, saving us from our own destruction.

Ron
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 8/3/2010
Yes the whole surface unrest is spiritual at the depths. Well penned and very thought provoking Eileen.
Reviewed by JMS Bell 8/2/2010
IT HAS TO...GOD IS NOT A LIAR, THIS WORLD WILL BE DESTROYED WITH THE FINAL BATTLE OF AMAGEDDON TO MAKE WAY FOR THE 'NEW' HEAVEN AND 'NEW' EARTH, WHICH ARE ETERNAL. SO WELL DONE AND ENJOYED. THANKS FOR SHARING, LOVE AND BLESSINGS, JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 8/2/2010
I love how you frame and couch this Revelatory stream of consciousness, Eileen; the short lines that literally DO travel like an arrow's shaft through the eye are brilliant and, of course, fully penetrating. And I like the suggestion of prophecy about this, too, with the eye imagery. The Earth is most certainly assuming a Bucking Bronco status and no wonder... we should have known better than to try and saddle her with all our detritus in the first place... xx
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 8/2/2010
A hard-hitting and timely piece, Eileen...splendid write!

Carole~
Reviewed by Paul Judges 8/2/2010
An excellent composition
Reviewed by Jon Willey 8/1/2010
Eileen, a powerful analogy my dear friend. Politicos and men of greed would have us undo ourselves for their gain and control of all that we are rather than all we could be. You have written this work with insight many others should have. My thanks for sharing the wisdom that recognizes man's ignorance. Sheep who follow the wrong shepherd. May you live each day with peace and love in your heart and joy gleaming in your eyes. Jon Michael
Reviewed by Andy Turner 8/1/2010
It sure seems to be. Hang the govts and look for peace, we need a transglobal express.
Reviewed by John Flanagan 8/1/2010
...and the horse is about to be put down, Eileen. This is highly relevant, sharp and insightful and the taut style - not a waste word - matches theme and thought.

John
Reviewed by D Johnson 8/1/2010
Eileen, a grittly little write, packed mightely...

Cheers,
Dan
Reviewed by George Ellison (Reader) 8/1/2010
Good writing used up.
Reviewed by jude forese 8/1/2010
the world is indeed losing it saddle, at least it hasn't shot the horse yet ...

powerful dream prophecy, Eileen ...
Reviewed by Art Sun 8/1/2010
The world is a chaotic place moving at the same chaotic pace...
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 8/1/2010
timely write!

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 8/1/2010
How so sadly true, Sis. Makes one wonder how much longer anything will last.
Reviewed by Paul Berube 8/1/2010
Well said, Eileen.
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 8/1/2010
But there is always hope, Eileen...so well written, as always.
Reviewed by George Carroll 7/31/2010
A good one to ponder and hopefully correct.
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 7/31/2010
It's never good when your bad dreams become reality. Maybe we can ride bareback. Patrick
Reviewed by William Bonilla 7/31/2010
awesome write Eileen
always a pleasure to read your wonderful
poetic thoughts and wisdom....
love & peace be with you

William
Reviewed by David Maclellan 7/31/2010
A scary and accurate, prophetic account of the world we live in. But as your opening lines suggest, nature abides with all of the human turmoil. I really like this Eileen.
Best regards,
David
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/31/2010
I have to concur, Eileen; a most apt and timely creative offering. Thank you. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 7/31/2010
I think we are a little bit off our saddle or is it 4 cents short of a nickel...? Either way, we're all a bit nuts, especially your two other Ed brothers...;-) Jersey



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