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Quantum hope
by Tyler Joseph Wiseman

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To be Published in Poetry in Emotion

Be it that I have a thousand and one lives,
each shall be spent in the pursuit
of you, my daring to dream, my darling of constructive humanity
I've walked a thousand and one miles in simple shoes,
and the clay feet of times travail
now dare to tread where angels scorn and fear
This life may be spent on a sojourn soul,
bygone when lost upon desire's precipices
and made perpetually less whole
with every moment, each experience
which distances my immortal spirit
from the exquisite nobility of your condition in purity
I may be unworthy this go around
to savor your cleverness and cloy,
but it cannot be said for each incarnation
Beloved, hope springs eternal
of the infinite possibility inherent in our existential cycle
I'll find you again in the next world
rest assured

Poetry in Emotion

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Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 10/25/2003
Tyler....You are a genious my friend....BHUWAN
Reviewed by Richard Vallance (Reader) 10/23/2003


Two words.

Transcendance, immanence.

It almost seems as though you were talking THROUGH the Divine Mind: Buddha, Jesus, Bahallu'lah.

Truly haunting and very very loving and profound!

Folks, when you see great poetry, recognize it.


(See also on my own AD, Percy Bysshe Shelley's DEFENCE OF POETRY, 1821... he's got more to say on that account!)

Richard Vallance

Send this poem to me for consideration for publication in Poetry in Emotion. I am going to have to devote AN ENTIRE issue of the Journal to you alone, as it now appears.

Kudos (as per usual)


P.S. check out my latest,

The Iliad, Book 1 Entire, in Sonnets: Proemium


Reviewed by Zenith Elliott 10/23/2003
Very enjoyable read, Tyler! Sadness, willpower and hope many emotions portrayed in a wonderful poem...~Z~
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader) 10/23/2003
Excellance Tyler with this one. I love the melancholy tone, kind of could see you smiling and chuckling to yourself with a note of wryness sprinkled in as you wrote this one!
P.S. If I am not making sense excuse...I need to get that 5am java in me pronto! ;O) lol
Reviewed by Kevin Mc Crum (Reader) 10/22/2003
This is a terrific statement of true love and
Soulmates, very nice Tyler!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/22/2003
A beautiful affirmation of your faith in the strength of your love.
Exceptiional poetry!
Reviewed by Rodd Jokre 10/22/2003
Nice write, use of the language... Thanks!
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 10/22/2003
Love the sad reverie and the willingness of the poet to wait for another lifetime if needed. Tyler your work is brilliant.

JC xoxoxoxo
Reviewed by Transcendental Poet (Reader) 10/22/2003
Breathtaking work Taylor..Masterful I should say..You have an amazing depth in your writes, and emotions tend to make logic of a poem haywire, but you are very disciplined..

Reviewed by Ashraf Goreja (Reader) 10/22/2003
Most beautiful poem. An excellent and profound melancholy for a wise

Greetings from Atlanta.
Reviewed by Sara Russell 10/22/2003
It's those little falling notes of sadness, Tyler, in this poem, that make it so lovely somehow. These threads of elegant melancholy run through many of your poems, I will have to come back and read more. If you can write like this now, while you are young, then the future for you will be brilliant...

Reviewed by Kate Clifford 10/21/2003
An interesting ray of sunshine! Great write.
Reviewed by Alexandra* OneLight* Authors & Creations 10/21/2003
Exquisite poem, flowing in an atmosphere reminding me that of a romance immortalized by the History of my country... a king's adieu to his forbidden love... "I shall meet thee beyond the end of the world".
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 10/21/2003
Ah ha! Well, written, Tyler! I agree with Vesna, in that at least you were lucky enough to have found your love once before. I especially like your last line:
I'll find you again in the next world
rest assured
Reviewed by Vesna Blueflame 10/21/2003
JEWEL is your Twin Flame!!!..Do not, dear friend cry over the seeming loss...she is you and you are she...there's no argumnet in comforted in the knowledge that at least you have met and loved many are still yearning and longing for that counterpart..give thanks for what you have..naturally writing about such bliss and pain assists the rest of us in many Tyler..thankyou for this wondrous write...:)


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