Road To Eternity

Road To Eternity

A Poem by Jiya K. MacKenzie

I left my world with swinging defiance,

Not seeking any clarification.

 

Sekeeth no love,

Seeketh no hope

I walked on the untrodden road.

 

Road with an endless night

Studded with sacred lights

 

Leaving no footprints,

Seeking no tomorrow

I walked on the untrodden road.

 

Unmindful of the worldly pleasures

Humming a chant,

Lo! I’m amidst eternal joy.

 


© 2017 Jiya K. MacKenzie



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This is a thought-provoking poem that draws the reader in right away to the idea of "not seeking clarification" . . . better to just take it in, rather than trying to find answers in it, which can distract us from all that's there to behold. I love the sense of freedom on this path you describe! (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Jiya K. MacKenzie

1 Month Ago

Thanks a lot Margie!!!🤗🤗🤗🤗



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When we left our desires and acceptions. There will be great joy at us in front of us. Great thought in very poetic way.

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This is a thought-provoking poem that draws the reader in right away to the idea of "not seeking clarification" . . . better to just take it in, rather than trying to find answers in it, which can distract us from all that's there to behold. I love the sense of freedom on this path you describe! (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Jiya K. MacKenzie

1 Month Ago

Thanks a lot Margie!!!🤗🤗🤗🤗
A beautiful poem written with great depth and sincerity but equally a hint of melancholy.
I sometimes have visions of darkness passing through the star lit night and travelling in the cosmos.
I find myself falling to a bottomless abyss.
This poem really moved me because I think I might have experienced what it is like to be dead.
The song by Blank & Jones "Fallen" resonates with me when I read your poem.

Posted 1 Month Ago


Jiya K. MacKenzie

1 Month Ago

Thanks!!!!
yeah... this is beautiful.

also, short and meaningful

I'm new on here, so it would be an honour if you could review some of my poems!

Posted 1 Month Ago


Jiya K. MacKenzie

1 Month Ago

Sure.
Thanks for the review
Another lovely work.. worth my time..

Posted 1 Month Ago


Jiya K. MacKenzie

1 Month Ago

Thanks Farhan!
Simply effortless! Thanks for sharing

Posted 1 Month Ago


How lovely and refreshing this is. As cupping a handful of fresh cold water from a mountain stream, put to the lips, on a hot sultry day, after an arduous climb, to reap the bounty of higher perspective.

Posted 1 Month Ago


2 of 2 people found this review constructive.

Jiya K. MacKenzie

1 Month Ago

Thanks for stopping by!

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Jiya K. MacKenzie
Jiya K. MacKenzie

Santa Monica, CA



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