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Day One
by Allie Batt
Saturday, March 10, 2012
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And what shall begin at the beginning of eternity...

 And what shall begin at the beginning of eternity?

What shall end the strife of the ending?

When will the breaking dawn come in the supreme justice

Instead of the calm afternoon of summertime

The breath of springtime

And the echoing silence of the fall

What shall the beginning bring me today?

What shall the ending say toward my start?

Perhaps, let us all just begin with the inhale of a song

Abandoning the frailties of my design

My increasing fears of the tomorrow

And dance a thrumming beat of the mind breaking

Boundaries spinning into a still-space of comfortable illusion 

Perhaps, today I'll simply toss it up to creation

And allow the past to be simply a thread of my eternal string

Praying that the red may intertwine with its partner

So I may be blessed with a partner of existence

Yet, as it stands right now,

I'll simply keep the beginnings of today present in this wound-tight mind

Without thought of the beginnings of tomorrow

Or even the moment after now

I'll simply allow that up to the presence of hope and love

And see where this all leads me to

In this beginning of all beginnings

Another to add to my collection

To place upon my mantel of goodwill

Residing next to dreams and prayers

And wedged into the corner

Suppressed by the steady stream of fear which passes through 

Yet, I'll break forth once more

Continually once more

Until I may able to see the today

Filled with the formidable opponent of love

To which, perhaps,

With guidance

I may be able to accept

For now, I'll simply breathe

And sing

And laugh

Perhaps, then, the beginning will seek me out 

Gesturing with its beautiful, outstretched hand

Into an eternity

Where I may learn to fly into tomorrow

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Reviewed by Asa Seeley
leave it all in the hands of the, 'beginning and the end'. then there's nothing to worry about. thanks for sharing

Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
cool. ~
Reviewed by jude forese
i think i'll be rehearsing the origin of my end?

seriously, enjoyed the ethereal nature of this poem ... definitely stimulated the synapses ...
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
What a beautiful way to contemplate the beginning of the end.

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