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Updated on March 1, 2011


Oh, how I long await to fly through the infinite space of consciousness,

But I am anchored to lead.

Weight of traditional thinking have slowed me down,

Let me cast off this weight, so that I can fly higher than the eagle.

God give me the insight to see beyond the cognizance of the material senses.

Let me break through the shell that contains and restrains me from going beyond the cosmos.

With my elevated thought of truth, I pound every moment at this shell like wall,

Waiting impatiently for that moment when I can break through.


I think of life as being a rainbow of colors,

And each color represents a different musical tone.

And each musical tone represents an emotion in the human self,

And sometime when you see the rainbow,

If you listen very carefully,

You will hear a symphony of universal orchestration,

Whose tone will be so melodically beautiful?

That it will bear no boundaries,

It will bring peace and harmony to any soul.


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    • Coolbreezing profile image

      James Dubreze 8 years ago from New York, New York

      I don't know but if i had to guest, i would associate lavender with the sound of a flowing river.

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      Julianna 8 years ago from SomeWhere Out There

      I love the rainbow and my color is lavender so what tone does lavender represent? Poem was beautiful. :)

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      James Dubreze 8 years ago from New York, New York

      Thank you, I did not know that.

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      Dolores Monet 8 years ago from East Coast, United States

      hi coolbreezing, lovely poems - by the way, have you ever heard of synesthesia? i may have spelled that wrong, anyway, it's a condition where you really, like, smell colors or see music, and your rainbow poem made me think of that