Why God cannot be Proven

“Love is eternal, though only upon beginnings. If creation is love, then love is always behind an individual towards where they could not see nor prove its existence. In the Atheist’s request that the existence of God should be proven, it is not possible when no human, as an imperfect being with consumable flesh, can […]

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Poem – “To Love you, Again” – Modern Romanticism – 11/18/2021

Of bluest feelings,Whilst golden, upon the burning horizon.With reddest sealingsTo a heart encrusted with your charm,Your untamable eyesThat tear a hole through the surface.You have bled me, always wearing – My skin on the lips, swearing – You are always caring.With eyes full of dustFrom a broken hourglass in the rust – That keeps filling […]

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Excerpt – Chapter 44 – “Order Against Chaos” – 11/16/2021

To the order of a heart, an individualist is no longer in repetition with what is rhythmic and synchronized within the collective. If equality appears to a person as sameness among external viewings, then they have shown themselves as confused. Synchronization with physical movement is no different than the marching army. An army has been […]

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Poem – “A Fear of Nothing” – Modern Romanticism – 11/13/2021

Her face, withinTeardrops and porcelain.To lose a strand of her hairWill prevent summerFrom arriving at the view of her twin.Some recollection that sundersWarmth from her skin, – As a piece of her, withinRedoes the knots,Can I arrive without losing my spot?To sadness, too lateTo kiss her remnants, with a teardropToo soon to let looseWhile stunning […]

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Poem – “Clouds Full of Scars” – Modern Romanticism – 11/13/2021

Without waterLove has not washed our feet.Depleted by jealousyAs sorrow comes with the next wave.We have starved herFrom those cliffs, with teardrops of heatBeaming crystal woes. To her lipsWhere particles of dirt reside,Some kiss to taste deathUpon those shouts through the tide. Love starts open-wide,Though drowning with breath.Life stopsOnly when clouds no longer rain. Heartbeats […]

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Poem – “Walk on Nails” – Modern Romanticism – 11/13/2021

Spit your taste on the doorWhile songs repeat, as hearts pour.Your eyes were never the circleI could perfect, when tears flood a floor – In a space, infertile,Yet scenic within lost light.With death, some crosses are better judgedWhile winter can emptyOur time in the hourglass.Our shoulders rubbed, eyed smudged – From the grains we lost […]

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Grandfather’s Eulogy Poem – “A Path Beneath your Smile” – 11/13/2021

Outside from the distant washFrom multiple pairs of eyes, looking overhead,He kisses a cathedral’s walls as paperWith ink that ran from his fingers.He still wrote the note,Sung aloud the memorialDuring the pain that brought it higher,For peace that brought him highestTo a mountain he could not come down – To repeat words beyond the farewell.If […]

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Love Quote – “Love, more Maddening than Lust” – 11/12/2021

“There are no fires that burn so strongly as within the furnace of love that warms hands that are cold even in the morning. There are no other pair of eyes that remain with their presence, their ungulfing stare, as those loving ones that drown what they view. Let love capture you, let love swarm […]

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Poem – “Gleam of Rubied Lips” – Modern Romanticism – 11/11/2021

Walking this trackIdle in your eyes, coming backTo repeat the wordsThat from your lips, were never heard.A form dipped in a lake,A set of eyes in overcoming sapphireTo glisten the moon into red. You were traced, born upon the wire, – Around every curve,Weeping in place of dying.The trail runs cold, when we swerve – […]

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Poem – “From Grief to Ashes” – Modern Romanticism – 11/11/2021

All turn toThe raindrops, the petals, the dew.Those faces with mute expressionsLeak sadness we all flewAs burning bannersIn the same crippling fever.Our identical tears, once forgotten lessonsCan become the same crystal rush – Of unified limbs, upon pain’s hush.We are winter in every season,Holding hands around our throats.We do not differ, without reasonTo speak on […]

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