MYSTERY

MYSTERY

A Poem by Wynton
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A journey into the my soul. The question "Who goes there?" seems more demanding than "Who am I?"

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MYSTERY
by
Wynton Burke

In the silence of my own silence,
I hear nothing.
In willing compliance,
Heart throbbing,
I approach an entombed darkness.
Descending ancient worn stairs,
deeper into a fearful abyss.
Beset with palpable fears,
“Who goes there?” I ask,
in the silence of my own silence.

© 2013 Wynton


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Wynton
Poetry, not coming naturally to me prompts me to seek an evaluation. Any feedback would be appreciated.

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Added on January 31, 2013
Last Updated on January 31, 2013
Tags: Gothic, Metaphysical, Philosophical, New Age

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Auckland, New Zealand



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BURKE, Wynton. ( 1945 - ) Born in Armidale, N.S.W. Australia After a desultory education in numerous isolated country schools, I moved to Kings Cross, Sydney working in a variety of jobs, whi.. more..