Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Channeled Poem, The Innocent Hand, 12-21-11

Matching your litany feverishly held
quickly enfolding you in its strong arms
holding the light in your body and heart
bestowing a knowing that we'll never part.

Fanfare and ceremonial stance
flavors and opulence glint from the dance
travelers pause and behold where they are
writers appeal to the sentiments barred.

Pinkest profusion and dalliance snared
equalization and trust are prepared
faring far better than anyone planned
sewing the feast of the innocent hand.

--EVE Featherstone

lit·a·ny/ˈlitn-ē/
Noun: A series of petitions for use in church services, usually recited by the clergy and responded to in a recurring formula by the people.
A tedious recital or repetitive series.

op·u·lence (py-lns) also op·u·len·cy (-ln-s)
n.1. Wealth; affluence.
2. Great abundance; profusion.

glint/glint/
Verb: Give out or reflect small flashes of light: "her glasses were glinting".
Noun:
A small flash of light, esp. as reflected from a shiny surface.

pink·est
1. Of the color pink.
2. Slang Having moderately leftist political opinions.

sen·ti·ment   [sen-tuh-muhnt] Show IPA
noun 1. an attitude toward something; regard; opinion.
2. a mental feeling; emotion: a sentiment of pity.
3. refined or tender emotion; manifestation of the higher or more refined feelings.
4. exhibition or manifestation of feeling or sensibility, or appeal to the tender emotions, in literature, art, or music.
5.a thought influenced by or proceeding from feeling or emotion.

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