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Livingís Curse

Many times through many lives I fought for freedom of the mind
As burdens made by livingís curse ensured restraint of freewillís kind.
Then something found in search beyond the rampart walls of prisonís kind
Revoked the parapets unscaled to free the curse of limitís mind.

Then arose from dungeonís depth that once was bound by livingís curse
Free spirit with its wings unfurled where thoughts could soar in freedomís verse.
Though many lifetimes I had walked denied the ways of freedomís verse
Now unconfined by mindís restraints Iím now released from livingís curse.

Walking now new paths illumed, as with new sight I am consumed.

Ivor G Davies


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The moment created this second, is a moment that's going to last.
It lives the full spectrum of time, the future, the present and past.
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by ivordavies

Ivor's salvation.
Hi Ivor...I assume you meant writing poetry as a release...not that you discovered a miracle drug!!

That's what I consider God's miracle for me...giving me the (talent?) to write, so I wouldn't dwell on the burdens of life!

It's a refuge...a place to confide when loved ones and friends are no longer there for me.

You my friend...have been abundantly blessed!

Bea

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: November 22, 2011 )





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