Moments in Time ( We Are)

Moments in Time ( We Are)

A Chapter by Wondering Mind
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An Etheree- Inspired by the song " Dust in The Wind"- Kansas

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dreams,         
a thought,        
emotions,       
a passing whim,      
someone's memory,     
body, mind, and spirit.    
creations of The Artist's Hand   
a small drop in life's deep ocean  
a grain of sand in vast desert land 
and sadly we are mere moments in time



© 2010 Wondering Mind


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I love that song, your words do an amazing justice.

Posted 9 Years Ago


an etheral etheree ~ excellent

Posted 11 Years Ago


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. em said it ... but you said it before that ... why not gladly we are sheer moments in time ? ... :P ... this is beautiful ... i love etherees ... gonna check out the song ...

Posted 11 Years Ago


this is wondeful... I've never seen this form before. I might use it.
"a small drop in life's deep ocean
a grain of sand in vast desert land
and sadly we are mere moments in time"

wise words....






Posted 11 Years Ago


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we -
moments
strewn around
stranded midway
between this and that
coursing the here and now
floating to random frontiers
gathering scarred collectibles
building shrines for the unclaimed losses
fitting like gloves in mere moments in time.

wow - i love the form - i love the song - i love this poem!!! - astounding craftsmanship!!!


Posted 11 Years Ago


Oh I love that song. This poem is beautiful! I like etheree poems.

Posted 11 Years Ago


Nice Etheree expressing the insignificance of mankind compared to the vastness of creation (and Creator).

Posted 13 Years Ago


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I love the format and the piece itself was well put together...................

Posted 13 Years Ago


I like this poem and the way you wrote it to to descend with each line.

Posted 13 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

but without all those grains of sand, there would be no desert. alas, it is lonely still, to be a single grain.

very poignant piece, i like it :)

Posted 13 Years Ago


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