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Alchemy of Human Metamorphosis
by Nicole L. Davis Vergara
Thursday, November 17, 2005
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Humans quite indicative to butterflies, moths have their own alchemy of metamorphosis.



Often quite resilient,
an air of resistance echos
A possibility good can come from change,
the question that always plagues


Bitter sweetness of indifference,
shrug off inhibiting cocoon
Wings poised, ready
flight with uncharted winds


More than once close casualty,
smothered by blanket of selfish love
Cutting edge of personification,
begin the meta morph from within


Surreal providence withstanding,
the transmutation of essence begun
Barbed tastes left behind, gone
emptied shackles of solitude exasperated


Soaring higher than before,
wings full tilt, lofted
More esoteric form of self born,
alchemy of human metamorphosis resounds


(c)2005
~Nikki~

    

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Reviewed by Douglas Bentley 4/13/2009
To change from a worm to a butterfly
That takes a special eye
Sighted distantly
Heighten instantly
A complete turn around
Trumpets sound.

This poem excels - very publishable.
Doug
Reviewed by Suzy Karnow (Reader) 11/20/2005
Brilliant!
Thanks for sharing!
Reviewed by George Carroll 11/19/2005
Ah if we but could shed our cocoon and fly away. You describe it so well.
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 11/19/2005
Ah Nikki, how much I have missed you! What a pleasure it is to read your outstanding poetry again! This is so very deep, what a lovely and deep poem,

Reindeer
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 11/18/2005
Brilliant as always...
Elizabeth
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 11/18/2005

It is a privilege to read a composition of this magnificence.
"Alchemy of Human Metamorphosis" pays its poetic dues and enrich
The American Fine Letters.

I salute You, Sublime Poet!

Long healthy creative life through a blissful living.


Andre Emmanuel bendavi ben-YEHU,
Apprentice-poet by the Grace of the Mother-Poet
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 11/18/2005
Quite a captivating piece, Nikki - and I second the Welcome Back!
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 11/18/2005
Nikki,

Welcome home. You've been missed.

Beautiful, wise write, very well penned.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 11/18/2005
Splendid writing Nikki, and so good to see you back. I hope you can stay!You have been missed!

Love,
Eileen
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 11/18/2005
YAY!! Glad to see you back Nikki..how is everything with you?..this sure is a superb poem..the wisdom and depth floor me..exceptional write!

Vesna:)
Reviewed by Martin Hebert 11/18/2005
The beauty of~Butterfly~
~~martin~~
Reviewed by Karen Cino 11/18/2005
Such an excellent display of imagery and heart felt emotions.

A possibility good can come from change,
the question that always plagues

A masterpiece of an explanation that seems to plague all of us.

Welcome to Authors Den. I look forward to reading more or your poetry.

Karen
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*® 11/18/2005
And the metamorphosis continues, on and on, forever.
Makes life exciting, don't you think? When we welcome
change with open hearts, the gifts we receive are abundant.

So good to read you again, Nichole.

Love & Light,
Joseph
Reviewed by Paul Berube 11/18/2005
Nikki,
I missed you. So nice to hear from you. This is quite a gem you've penned. Change can only come from within. One must heal on the inside before he can hope for the metamorphosis to occur. Happy Holidays to You and Yours. Peace and Blessings to You Always, Paul.
Reviewed by Alexandra* OneLight*® Authors & Creations 11/18/2005
Dear friend, I can't tell you how happy I am to see you back! Yes... and after a metamorphosis, which may not have been devoid of difficult moments, as metamorphosis - thus growth - are, it is indeed an awesome pleasure to see you "soaring higher than before".
Many blessings of Love&Light*
Alexandra*
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 11/17/2005
Jung's theory of alchemy, the philospher's stone, turning base metals into gold, equivalent to the human psyche, as is the metamorphosis of the cocoon to the elusive butterfly. Your metaphor is spot-on! I love the line "A possibility good can come from change." Welcome to the den, Nicole.

Sage



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