Basil's Verse


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    Basil's Verse

    Perhaps the

    stars resting

    upon the beautiful lonely cloak

    of the midnight-blue sky

    illuminating the night

    with moon riding high

    are the souls of friends passed

    from this life...



    until the spirit

    of the friend

    of the last friend

    from Mother Earth

    has gone to flight,

    meeting the rest

    breathing happy

    celestial white...

    when the

    journey to the end of time,

    though the universe,

    does come to pass...

    they fly 2 by 2 by 2

    together through the cosmos

    where at last

    they shall rest their

    weary wings in

    at the loving feet of The One

    taking all our pain

    in the loving warmth of Heaven's Sun....

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    wheelsal commented on Basil's Verse


    This is one of your best. It raises the age old questions where does the soul go? Your answer is beautiful.

    bandit1192 commented on Basil's Verse


    YOU HAVE THE MOST INTERESTING POETRY I HAVE READ IN A WHILE. I am a fan. I'll be back to read more tomorrow. Ts

    Poetry is not the expression of personality but an escape from personality.

    T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

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