THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Part IV: Poetic Pillars – Monads: Rhythms - [ I ] *** Shush!.. ***

THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Vol. I
*** Part IV: Poetic Pillars – Monads: Rhythms ***
[ I ]
*** Shush!.. ***




“But Truth
Can not
Be told, -
Thou one
Must live
To know
Its Lore, -
Right core
To give;

*** Root ***

A word
Thy lips
Will bend
Or twist, -
Like sword
To mend
Each pulse
In wrist, -
Thin chord; -

*** Root ***

Must not
Be said
What can’t
Be heard, -
For paths
Are strayed,
While sights
Reach swayed,
Tongues slurred; -

*** Root ***

Thou warp
A note
To pierce
Blind hearts,
Eyes blurred,
For lies
Have spurred,
While dark
Has thrived!..”




©Th3Mirr0r

(2018+ / 2019)


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Posted: Sep 23
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THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Vol. I
Versification Treatise/ Poetic Pillars
Book I: English version/
Part IV: Poetic Pillars – Monads - Rhythms
2018+ / 2019 ©Th3Mirr0r

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