The Conflict of Spirit and Passion


 

 

 

 

 

What home the gods will ever find?
Flight cycles spiral to each place
Where spirit lessons that unwind
In flitting essence, passions face.

(Wordle 358)

© July 2018 Colonialist
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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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14 Responses to The Conflict of Spirit and Passion

  1. That’s a beauty, well done young fella! 😀

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  2. Timeless and universal. (Sometimes the best poetry is short – for all sorts of reasons. Enjoyed this one)

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  3. I thought this was very good!

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  4. annell4 says:

    I enjoyed your write!

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  5. disperser says:

    I tried parsing a meaning but I’m at a loss.

    . . . I’m probably not meant to read poetry in the first place.

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    • colonialist says:

      This is one of those poems where the meaning that comes to the reader after seeing context, illustrations and title, is it! Immaterial if it differs from reader to reader. Of course, it is structured within the confines of the given words and my CRD — (compulsive rhyming disorder).

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    • disperser says:

      If you say so . . . but for me, it doesn’t. I can understand the parts but not how they fuse into the whole.

      But, no matter. Like I said; poetry and I are not well-suited for each other.

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      • colonialist says:

        ‘Those separate parts are not unknown, but the way I assemble them’s all my own …’
        In essence, the gods get no rest trying to imbue sprit into humans in conflict with their passions. (This must in no way be confused with the Passion of Christ.)

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    • Neither am I but I do like this one Ha! HUGS)))

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