THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Poetic Pillars – Monads: Rhythms - VII - Chirps

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




“Old monks
Came close
To hear
My birds; -
Hearts dwell
In love,
When springs
Of tears
Seek life; -

*** Root ***

Such bliss,
To have
No fears!.. –
- No words
To shove,
To sculpt,
In wood,
Or stone,
Burnt tears; -

*** Root ***

These birds
Are free,
Like what
Is Thee
To me, -
No cage,
No chain,
No whip,
No sword, -

*** Root ***

For each
Tight chirp,
A tune
To heal,
To mend,
To care, -
I climb
Their stairs
And feel; -”




©Th3Mirr0r

(2018+ / 2019)


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Posted: Sep 29
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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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