When The Blades Of The Swords Shine
by Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Saturday, October 06, 2012
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"When The Blades Of The Swords Shine"
On a journey to justice for Justice everywhere,
By Mandamus of the Great Heavenly Cloner,
I wake up daily — to see Eos kissing the Sun, —
And stand by the tower of Justice to recite:
This is a unique day to create wonders…!
Rise up to serve and fulfil thy sublime task,
Going throughout the planet, — resting no where —
Showing that the brightness of thy sacred swords
Is an invitation to those willing to kill ambition,
The egotism; the indifference and fanaticism,
To become citizens of the kingdom of gratitude,
A confederated country within the realm of love;
A state of justice in the empire of creation…
Land of the just where ambrosial and edible meals
Are served as daily bread to all, and one may use…
Enjoy all one can, with nothing to be spoiled away,
Sharing the grace of the doers and togetherness
In partnership with the Great Cloner and Architect,
For this is the last Will of Nature to be complied!
Let's act before the Sun kisses the dews of the dawn,
For the deviant asinine clouds of the human sky,
Which covers the glade of the forest of ignorance
Must be dissipated at once and retrieved forever,
If we don’t want Hope and the light of Peace to fade.
March towards that forest — glistening steadily —
As fireflies and pathfinders… Reach the open space
And let the blades of thy swords shine benisons!
Let the diffusible light of dignity warm mankind
To awaken people under the Holy Torch of Justice!
By Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
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|Reviewed by Larry Matthews
|Your words draw, like moths to the light, this man's soul. Welcome back Andre. I hope life in all it's uncertainty has been good to you. Luke|
|Reviewed by Liana Margiva
|EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!!! POWERFUL POEM!!!!!!!!! '... before the Sun kisses the dews of the dawn'-------- I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva|
|Reviewed by Ken Becula
|The sword of justice never shone so brightly as in your sharp poem, Andre.|
|Reviewed by TONY NERONE
|As always my great friend reading you is a great teaching tool for me. Thank You Sir for sharing...........GOD BLESS YOU.......Tony Nerone.|
|Reviewed by Walt Hardester
|It is a time for serious actions by shining swords because hope and the light of peace are fading fast in our world.
|Reviewed by Robert Harrison
|A sermon, no doubt constructed by a mind of intense aptitude which enables it to compile words in tuneful order. Though not directed to the common man in its linguistic style, it is none the less challenging to those of an enquiring mind.
As always I find no fault in this piece.
|Reviewed by M.Bennett Hooper (Mikii)
|I HAVE MISSED YOUR PEN SO MUCH AND BOW TO IT ONCE MORE AS I SAVOR THIS BEAUTIFUL PIECE. PEACE,LOVE, AND BLESSINGS MY FRIEND.|
|Reviewed by Myrna Badgerow
|What I love most about your writing is that every read brings something different in interpretation.. at least it does for me.
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|Like a beneficent rain; tears of a visionary, whose gaze out upon a dying landscape calls forth (again) the beauty and honor that is fast vanishing. There are times, as we've all experienced, when the garden will exsiccate, dry up, and die, so the soil can again be worked, enriched, and regenerated, in preparation for the next harvest to appear. Such it is, and has always been, with the Earth, and with people.|