A Blinding Flash

A Blinding Flash

 

I want to die in a blinding flash

catapulted into the blue yonder

Where many have already gone and wander

I do not want to linger here in pain

as I have already had too much of the same

I have had enough of this hopeless confusion

and firmly believe it is all a mere illusion

Take me here and now for I am ready to depart

this cry comes from a yearning heart

If nought should be after this mortal coil

then so be it as I am through with toil

Yet if the scriptures be true and real

I shall play my harp as the church bells peel

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Stephen Gospage

Fri 26th Nov 2021 21:19

A very honest and beautiful piece of verse, Keith. I find it sad but fully respect your wishes.

Holden Moncrieff

Fri 26th Nov 2021 16:07

A very evocative poem, Keith, it manages to convey a complex sense of empowered despair! ?

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keith jeffries

Fri 26th Nov 2021 15:57

MC
Thanks. I think we have glimpses of heaven and hell here on earth. Perhaps this foretaste is to remind us of our behaviour as an indication as to where we might end up.
Keith

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M.C. Newberry

Fri 26th Nov 2021 14:27

I'm mindful of the saying "Be careful what you wish for".
That said, I have to wish you well.
But is hell heaven - and heaven hell? ?!

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