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  proportions of ponderance
by jude forese
Saturday, July 07, 2012
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When dreams

of foolish men

die

I will not cry

Or lie

and say “I’m sorry”

 

Instead, I’ll celebrate

their demise

and throw their ashes

back into the tributaries

of their own creation

 

Can you see what I am seeing?

Or feel what I am feeling?

Or believe what I believe?

 

You know, hope arrives

above all

 

when dreams

evolve beyond the actions

of their own being

 

and tears born

from happiness

Grow outside their eyes

 

 

 




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Reviewed by Jon Willey 7/27/2012
jude, this goes beyond the quantity of consideration to the root quality of consideration, ergo, is it, worthy of further consideration? - thoughtful and introspective rendering makes for an entertaining read my dear friend - I wish you love and peace - Jon Michael
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 7/14/2012
Beautiful sentiments that smoothly sink into the depths of the mind.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 7/12/2012
Too right, dreams need to be shared in order to bring a state of true happiness into existance, otherwise they're just self-perpetuating, self-serving and nothing more than a perpetual fantasy that keep the soul in limbo and divorce it from the common good. A shared vision and goal, on the other hand, often initiated by "dreamers", is a spiritual balm that unites soul to soul enabling dreams to evolve beyond the mind's eye, serving to bring forth those tears of both relief and shared understanding. Many a foolish man or woman has remained content within the ivory tower of his/her own misguided delusion that s/he continues to live out as truth. A weighty proportion to this ponderance, Kartero, but better to come alive and live in reality than to die in delusion and deceit. xx
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 7/9/2012
cheers to evolution
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 7/9/2012
Happy tears born is a new beginning :)
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 7/9/2012
Ponder all one's dreams...shed
a tear or dance in the rain...
finding oneself....from portions
of *jude's* poem certainly!!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 7/9/2012
I am not sure if I am seeing & feeling the same
but none the less this moves my thoughts into closure
some dreams really do need to be laid to rest for sure
and too I think hope embraces us all into our dreams
weather they aspire to flourishing in our life circle
or not...dreams are the hope of our wishes
& I would love to go on a cruise ship again
before my last dream comes to pass
to be cremated into a unique diamond crematory jewel!!
(minerals in the body you know)
Well that is my last & final dream anyway
hope I have enough cash saved by then :)

Love Joy & Happiness
Vickie
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/9/2012
Can you see what I am seeing?
Or feel what I am feeling?
Or believe what I believe?

I sadly believe that so many today have blinders on, and I often sadly wonder why they can't see what I see.

Reviewed by Laura Fall 7/8/2012
A touching write so heartfelt and meaningful as I always believed in following your dreams and to never give up as they might come true in the end. Great write Laura
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/8/2012
It is a truth of mankind that dreams and dreamers differ from those who dwell in the house of reality. Some dreamers are like angels, some like devils so it is my friend. Ying and yang.
fee
Reviewed by richard cederberg 7/8/2012
Indeed, Robert ... as I see it ... forging forward free of the cleaving prejudices from past misconceptions, misunderstandings, and failures, will keep the creative eyes sharp, the mind free of encumbrance, and it will maintain the soil of the heart in a state of preparedness (always) for a new/next season of verdancy. Here's to a better, more productive, season ahead. Peace ...
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 7/8/2012
poignant read

m
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 7/8/2012
It seems unfair to judge the dreams and visions of others though some among us may be able to see to far deeper depths than they are. Brutality, cruelity, selfishness, arrogance, narcissism,delusions of omnipotentence and greed are among a few of the traits of young souls or souls who have not learned well from their past journeys. Those who feel that they are superior to others have much to learn about not only themselves but about life in general. It is sad to see these people holding the strings that rule the puppets, and puppet governments of our world, but it is part of the process and something we must learn to not only accept but embrace in much the same way we embrace a child falling as they learn to walk. Very meaty offering, Jude, lots to chew on.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 7/8/2012
Foolish dreams is just another tool of the journey, no need for sorrow as it teaches like every experience that is born to us. This I do celebrate :-)
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 7/8/2012
I see what you're saying, behind dreaming eyes.

Ron
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 7/8/2012
well said!
Reviewed by pat medlin 7/8/2012
lazy men dream and talk about their dreams...while other men do.....
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 7/8/2012
Better foolish than ghoulish...
e
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 7/8/2012
Jude
well written as always
budd
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 7/8/2012
Dreams are merely manifestations of our own ineptitude for the most part, and most of us don't put the work involved to make the dreams a reality. Then you are correct to call us foolish men.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 7/7/2012
Touching poem Jude I do see what you see I do feel what you feel and I do believe that you are one he'll of a seer and Shaman. Go toward your dreams
Be not afraid of your inner being. Your destiny awaits just around the corner of those elusive dreams. As always you set my mind on fire!
Much peace light and love dear man
Amber
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 7/7/2012
Hallelujah! Sepsis vacating the scourge of barbarism...


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