Thursday, 11 February 2016

There's a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in.


( Thank you Leonard Cohen.)

There's a crack in everything
that's how the light gets in,
through empty gestures of times exhaust
that vent bitterness on tonque,
scars trace the nights laughter
sailing on ripped tides at dusk,
allow resurfacing days shadow to ignite
fizzing and nudging, in the process of awakening,
through depths of minds endeavor
moods of restless toil,, 
voyages  of troubled sleep
deep in mood innate.
The magic of the moon
in the dark shines bright,
waiting for dawns page to turn
golden tickets of imagination,
in the ever present of eternity
to purify and illuminate,
because there's a crack in everything
that's how the light gets in.




2 comments:

  1. There are holes in the sky where the rain gets in, but they're ever so small that's why rain is so thin. Spike Milligan.

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