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A Poem by Christopher Michael Smith
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"All is well, this too shall pass. In a material world, nothing can last."

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Fingers grew warm to the soft temperamental skin.
Such delicate flesh regaining feeling, yet once again.
Remembering for a meaning, it was there all along.
Universe told me through the waves of song.
Well mannered molecules, truths no longer obscure.
A metaphysical existence exists behind every door.
Opened, released;
Awake, increased.
Harmonious neutralists awake in the day.
Twelve rings of elation & they do not fade.
Constant white & saturation of all.
We are condensed metaphors standing 6 feet tall.
Many descriptions, everything to say.
Only tomorrow will slay today.
Reality is illusive & straightened in dreams.
Nothing is real; it's not as it seems.
Three times the safety, so triple the score.
Live for what's right & question what for.
Negate, restore;
Surrender, inform.
Adorned is the texture of a beautiful sanity.
Compassionate as one, balance of humanity.
Uphold the right; fight the wrong.
Consciousnesses collapsing but it won't take long.
Released tension, art of the heart over war.
Freedom from Liberty & with all-natural cures.
Meditative techniques to make right the dis ease.
Homes built in the ether to replenish all the trees.
No need for insults, no use for the warring mind.
No distress over death because every body survives.
Ancestors patiently awaiting our return to the other side. 
The answers to every thing are resting within our third eyes.
Revelations of relation to every man, woman, and child.
All is well, this too shall pass.
In a material world, nothing can last.
Thirsty for passion, hungry to climb, 
Collectively woven into the fabric,
In a tapestry of time.

© 2011 Christopher Michael Smith


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Wow. This is a mind-blowing piece of work, not only because the way you wove your words is so beautiful, but the meanings behind them.

"We are condensed metaphors standing 6 feet tall." This blew my mind. I love this.

Wow. My friend you should seriously consider publishing this in a magazine. Not only is it so well written, the subject itself is so abstract yet to sobering. This is so beautiful, and I am proud to say that its the first time i've ever been blown away by a piece of work.

This, my friend, is brilliant.

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.




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Wow. This is a mind-blowing piece of work, not only because the way you wove your words is so beautiful, but the meanings behind them.

"We are condensed metaphors standing 6 feet tall." This blew my mind. I love this.

Wow. My friend you should seriously consider publishing this in a magazine. Not only is it so well written, the subject itself is so abstract yet to sobering. This is so beautiful, and I am proud to say that its the first time i've ever been blown away by a piece of work.

This, my friend, is brilliant.

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

This is so communicable, I like it.
As a reader I really enjoy the ease in which you deliver the various tones in your chosen words. Whispered or chanted with multible voices, this is just so well done. :)

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Is it okay to call this perfect? seriously flawless rhyme! i am so impressed.

Posted 8 Years Ago


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I've added this to my favorites, I think out of all the ones I've ever read that this one is the one I like the most. Scratch that LOVE!!!! Especially,
"We are condensed metaphors standing 6 feet tall."

If you don't mind I would like to link this so that some of the people in my creative writing club, could see it.

Absolutely beautiful!

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

good


Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I'm so blown away by this, you've left me completely speechless. Brilliantly written. Great write. I will be passing this along for sure.

Posted 8 Years Ago


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I like the meaning of this poem. I agree with your desire and the words. We are built by many and one day if we are lucky. Can find the people who taught us how to live.
"Released tension, art of the heart over war.
Freedom from Liberty & with all-natural cures."
Last line made this poem complete. Thank you for this outstanding poem.
Coyote

This review was written for a previous version of this writing

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Tags: spiritual, metaphysical, world, beautiful, freedom, liberty, meditation, passion, fabric, tapestry, revelations, third eye, right, metaphors, dreams, illusion, molecule, song
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Christopher Michael Smith
Christopher Michael Smith

Clinton, NC



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Ego sum qui sum - 'I am what I am' Poetry is my creative expression here upon this floating ball of dust called Earth. Nothing feels as appeasing as watching a pen glide across a virgin page, watc.. more..

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