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Lions and Seahorses

Updated on May 8, 2012

The wish maker died with the sun accepting a forced suicide from within
No one answers questions by cards don't open decks they open hearts
Look at the pride on the plains do they slay off the elderly animals
Or do they give what they take to the kings with the names all tanned
The sun is your enemy just like the mortals and men
Look to the sea that lies to the west side to the outside
Take up tripping and wildly there you will be multiplied
In the last of the ashen red green belts
And bring forth to your lioness queens
On a rolling and sandy shelled beach
And lie there for a while and dream
About musical pathways
Listen as the tide comes
Watching waters and buffalo
Co-exist on the home ground
With zebra and antelope too
In a year then the herd shall all be extinct
Insight rising veins second time ride the rains
Across seas across crests across all the terrain
Imprint it in a memory and wait till a shape rises
Till you spy the frolicking march of darkness on the shores
Bobbing eastward toward as the ebb tide suns warmth
Brings the lions and the zebras and the antelope to feast on the sea horses


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      Blake Ford Hall 5 years ago from Now Rising Out of Phoenix Arizona Earthlings

      Thanx as always DR. Miss you my wise and loyal reader friend. Keep on Hubbing. Blake4d

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      dreamreachout 6 years ago

      Blake, great philosophical writing!! The way you portray abstract subjects is wonderful and amazing!!


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      Blake Ford Hall 7 years ago from Now Rising Out of Phoenix Arizona Earthlings

      Thanx. Keep on Hubbing.

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      Michael Shane 7 years ago from Gadsden, Alabama

      Interesting perspective! Great writing...