Saturday The 29th of September.
Poetry Takes the Nite hosted Heather Cadsby.
She read from her book “Standing in the flock of connectiins” Published by Brick Books. This book is filled with gentle insight of death, life, love, friendship, pain, and smiles and how even the smallest incidents. We Are All Connected”
Heathers word play is fabulous and playful to all ears from all sides of the tracks. Taking some “Old Hat” saying and turning them into “New suits” to walk around in!!
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The poem you are about to read
Is a poem from my latest book “The Chaos The Calm”.
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Why should this be.. If not becuase the wanton wilderness of wine has the power to dislodge the vital spirit within the body?
For you see that pain and sickness are the artificer of Death. As we have been taught by the fate of many men before us.
Lucretius. ” The nature of the Universe”
Combining those 2 concepts.
Finding that wine brings us closer to Death. Is it a poison that seeps through the viens of the broken hearted, the lost souls searching for the end?
Is Immortally truly what we are all looking for?
As we sip at wine. Feeling sickness. Feeling a relief of Headaches to blot out heartaches. With each sip we taste, Is Death drawing oh the more near?
We drink to forget. We also drink to remember!!
As we so vainly, drink poison to remember the dead and one day join them in the celebration from another demision?
Oh sweet distilled honey. Oh sweet fermented grapes. Your sweet kiss, Is the kiss that Death’s foot placed past the door, peeking and peering. Through the ajared ribcage of humnaity
A speices based on pure insanity, A vain lover towards Deaths friendly handshake with a raised glass and the chorus of. “Amazing Grace” into the final journey all men venture.
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