Time, of wisdom and compositions
by Tyler Joseph Wiseman
Thursday, April 03, 2003
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Years roll along the soil
grinding all matter to sand
in the constant change of toil
and we become of it, feet of land
and of all the grander compositions
If our sum is greater then the constitution
of all our lives and occurrences,
then let us grow, making worth of restitution
to all universality's lent in concurrent
exchange of thoughts, principles, and meaning
I say to you now, we are sandy grains
meant to be made pearls through times refinement,
the oyster, this world, rolls us with a grace
rivaled only by the ocean by which we are created
The greater the oyster, the grander the pearl,
we of the certain conviction to be of the world
are valuable as Hope or Jade, heaven scent
to Poseidon's den
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|Reviewed by Tyler Wiseman
|thanks to you all, I've been so busy lately. Hopefully I'll be able to address each of you in turn.|
|Reviewed by Susan Cook-Jahme
|Tyler, this is great. I love the concept of time worn sands and spirits being formed into pearls. Thank you.|
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
|"Time, of wisdom and compositions" all the way through the psychobiology of creation, teaching essential growth in material and spiritual dimensions; is a composition based on the test of time describing the patience of Nature preparing to present a new creation through the evolution of its own mineral and animal combinations and forms to suit any protean eyes, and strike the imagination of gods of water and gods of the earth.
I have enjoyed reading "Time, of wisdom and dimensions".
I Salute the Author of this masterpeice, "Time, of wisdom and compositions".
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Well done, Tyler. I think you have more than 3 stanzas here, but it is an excellent work.|