Do you Perceive...rapid waterfalls breaking the midnight glare like white ghosts sidelining the campfires,
Oh how it steams...memories floating along the breeze of night like a volcano spewing it's demolition substance,
Tethered existences that fade over time's once famous glory...finalized term papers that once had adolescent priority,
But this has all but faded from view...your life's eternity now nothing more than subconcious recollections that lost it's foothold,
Your recollective perceptions...aging beauty that surpasses any physical contact...mental vagueness of the worlds linguistics,
All of this you strive to repeat...or maybe forget...but one things for certain...you have dumbfounded your reflective perceptions.
Those Reflections that stare back from your simplistic mirror...the one that has eventual complications from the egotistical views of life,
Can you accept the remnants that stare you back...your eyes of fluent thoughts and catering fears...Temples of disowned acquaintanceship,
Find that one drop of untainted molecules that float among the atmosphere all around you...a reformed reality that you will find in wanting,
Capture with all your might the natural aspect of creation...unperceived recollections without a reflective conception that delivers the fruits of life,
The walls have already closed around you...that fortified wall of dimmed sensitivity that your soul has found easy to digest,
A new dawn has come...the birds chirp in your presence when you walk...they ask of when your mind will break it down...that wall of complacency,
If you Like Philosophy, Come Check out my new series, "The Philosophy of Socrates"
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Part I of a series of poems in light of Socrates good deeds and works. This particular poem is based on the lesson of keeping your voice heard.
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