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  in the broken silences ...
by richard lloyd cederberg
Thursday, December 30, 2010
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Let art be art and let foolishness be foolishness. Poetiphilosophical snippets.

"What are these things which in secret I behold?" Chapter 51:3 Book of Enoch

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Kindredís suspiring
Together - a kind of wholeness
Tracing the embodiment of persuasion

Specificity affirming the
Intangibility of what arousal
Spirits in all fairness

With zealís and fires and
Fervencies imploring the senses

Espousing creative invention,
Perceptual experience taken from
What was to WHAT WILL BE

Bequeathed once to
Each soul, living echoes
Of all eternities (preceding)

Artlessness aspiring to more
Than amorphous existence; the hearts
Animation embracing fertile schemes

What is freely given
In the broken silences

richard lloyd cederberg

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Reviewed by The Poetess
Pulled me right in made me stop and think. I really like those last three lines.
Reviewed by John Flanagan
In the final analysis, if there's ever such a thing when dealing with work of this high quality, it's words that matter, but not just words for their own sake and for their resonance, although that has significance, too, but the words the poet can bend and mould to his will and meaning, as here.
This is superb.

Reviewed by Sheila Roy
A great piece, Richard. Reminds me of those little snippets of sanity I get. Love and Hugs,
Reviewed by jude forese
profound work, Richard ...

may the new year keep you alert to the differences in broken silences ...
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader)
i was just reading the book of enoch last sunday as it happens. one of my favorites, lots of incredible evocative visions and metaphorical allusions to keep one searching all night into hidden meanings and such. thanks for breaking the silence and gracing us with your pen once moee. i hope you have a wonderful and safe new year. may 2011 bring you lots of joy............but we both know where it's really headed:-( well, stay safe and cenetered and focused.
Reviewed by Gene Williamson
Dear Poet, I admire your skill in filling the broken silences.
May yours be a happy and productive new year. -gene.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
Creativity at its essence.

Reviewed by Christine Tsen
This resonates and awakens art, in whatever form...
Inspiring, and I keep thinking how, well this may sound awful, but how love is expressed in the broken places and even in the dying.
Happy New Year Richard!
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
love the depth and the thought provoking elements
Reviewed by Liana Margiva
POWERFUL POEM!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
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Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE
inspiring susurrations of the spirit... what Wordsworth called intimations of immortality... you make me want to be a better poet... thanks Richard.
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