Thursday, January 28, 2010

Divinity's Simphony

......."My divinities symphony caresses with finesse the chi of infinity,
and once the sun has set in me,(unexpectedly) my next decree
will run directed ease,...with LOVE as i bless the streets
with dejected chief's and soldiers of Zion ,
who when push came to shove,
embraced every lively Ion.

We've been given the gift of form,
so we could be the kings and the queens
in the thrells of passion, singin' in spells
while the wing mans in hell just basking".....

1 comment:

  1. I love your poems, Miles, especially the alliteration, one of my favorite poetic devices because it adds sound, whether the poem is read outloud or to oneself, and sound is where poetry comes from originally. I love the first line of this poem--"'My divinities symphony caresses with finesse the chi of infinity...'" very characteristic of your sound, and also the metaphorical flights or currents you follow. I am very glad you have the poetic muse alive in you too! Love you always. Chas