Will it show it's face again?

A Poem By airlia // 4/27/2009

It is not there.
It is gone.
Has it left forever?
Perhaps no,
Perhaps yes.
Are there any real answers?
There must be.
There out there somewhere.
Of what I speak,
You must not know.
How could you?
I have not told you.
You cannot understand what I say.
It makes no sense to you.
I speak of knowledge.
Almost a lost art.
It is dying.
Shriveling up,
For none to see.
Never being brought out for use.
People forget they have it.
They wander about,
Like mindless beasts.
It must come back,
It will come back.
But when?
When will it return?
When will it show itself again?
Will I be gone before it comes again?
It will not lose all it’s power.
It shall come again,
To show it face to all the world.
Leaving behind, all that’s unintelligible,
All that should not be.
It shall come before I die.
I will not leave this world,
Without seeing it again.

Comments

Kind of depressing, but

Kind of depressing, but still good. This is about...what? I'm thinking it's about valuing the mind (or whatever you want to call it), but I'm not sure. Good though, very good.

"Now you've heard of the French Nation, and the British Nation....Well this, is the Imagin Nation." Kris Kringle (Miracle on 34th Street)

The Brit | Thu, 04/30/2009

Yeah pretty much. Here's how

Yeah pretty much. Here's how things work with me: I don't know what I'm writing 'till the third or fourth sentance. But yeah it's about valuing the mind. Glad it was kind of clear. Thanks for reading it.
By the way, didn't you write one about knowledge? Oh I remember it now. OK yeah. I liked it. Very good.

"Here are the beauties which pierce like swords or burn like cold iron." C.S.Lewis

airlia | Fri, 05/01/2009

"It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God such men lived."
General George S. Patton

Yeah. It's about valuing the

Yeah. It's about valuing the mind. And thank you.

It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God such men lived.
General George S. Patton

airlia | Sun, 06/21/2009

"It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God such men lived."
General George S. Patton

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