Wednesday, October 29, 2014

All the ways we find at an eternal war…

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We went vast vibes
nested sounds
swaying and spinning

masculine energy
entwined in
symphony and dance

feminine energy
rooted in
pentacles and seeds

tides died, born again
dreamed of correlation
through interference…

diffusion streams
exploded vulnerability
created solutions

cold air masses
promoted division
of beams, but

invisible memory chip
extracted in consciousness
at bodiless times

keeps us connected
even
at distance

lurking at ichor
origin, kinship…
blood – not water

does cripple, break,
transform,
give a birth of new…



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23 comments:

  1. 'transform give a birth of new' I love this last line

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  2. is this something like a link between the real world and technology and the unreal world? it's an evolution of sort.

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  3. A conflict I feel between technology and earth; one that spins out of control...

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  4. Thank God for that "invisible memory chip" that keeps us from complete dissolution! Amazing images build this poem, apt ones for Halloween, but almost too real.

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  5. Humbird, I like the idea that what is crippled and broken can transform and give birth again.

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  6. The blood of war..personal or otherwise can't help but transform things although the fight can feel endless..and relentless

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  7. hopefully it does not take war to bring rebirth though it does often take a breaking...and out of that new life flows....

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  8. Alas.. it seems that we need to die before rebirth.. much like a Phoenix.

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  9. Rebirth will come due, whether the earth is wiped clean to do it or not, who knows

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  10. this feels like "alien/robot sex/procreation/ conception....." lol i'm sorry but the mention of masculine and feminine energies, "keeps us connected." ichor, blood, and give birth to new...makes me think of those. a piece with a great mind behind it!

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  11. I really like the verses about masculine and feminine energy. The male dancing and the feminine rooted. Cool.

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  12. I like the way you have differentiated masculine energy and feminine energy, Humbird.

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  13. Groovy piece. Love- " tides died, born again / dreamed of correlation / through interference…"

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  14. does cripple, break,
    transform,
    give a birth of new…

    Good question. It has to otherwise it lacks continuity. Great lines humbird!

    Hank

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  15. I loved the last but one stanza..said so much in 3 lines. Beautiful!

    http://www.numerounity.com

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  16. The actions, the senses brought into play from beginning to end, the undeclared many wars, so enjoyed.

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  17. loved the closing lines..beautifully expressed..

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