Clock Moves And Rockets…

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‘Back To You’

“This crazy world will keep on spinning—Clocks will keep on ticking ’till it’s time to watch it burn—Right from the very beginning—We’ve been celebrating past the point of no return—To the sounds that come when lonely planet’s—Gently falling in and out of time—But clouds of dust have broken into atoms—Brings a chill directly down my spine—Every legend I create—Every move I ever make—Every action and reaction in my life—Every moment I’m awake—Every chance I’ll ever take—Every dream and every sparkle in my eye—Every second of my waking hours—And everything I ever say or do—Beats me with or what’s within my powers—Directly home and always back to you—Always back to you—Back to you—Friends of young and often talking—Tripping out and walking—Roads that never seem to end—Like stars that sparkle in the morning—Come without a warning—Miracles are heaven-sent—From way up high like rain or even rockets—Exploding in a light of clear blue sky—Like rings of gold falling out of my pockets—Or actual pieces of paradise—Every legend I create—Every move I ever make—Every action and reaction in my life—Every moment I’m awake—Every chance I’ll ever take—Every dream and every sparkle in my eye—Every second of my waking hours—Everything I ever say or do—Beats me with or what’s within my power—Directly home and always back to you—Every legend I create—Every move I ever make—Every action and reaction in my life—Every moment I’m awake—Every chance I’ll ever take—Every dream and every sparkle in my eye—Every second of my waking hours—And everything I ever say or do—Beats me with or what’s within my powers—Directly home and always back to you—Always back to you—Back to you—Back to you—Back to you”…by Jacob Bellens

Ages past—and often we become—sponges—gifted—gregarious—bent with insight—anchors—of both worlds—one frightful and one—enchanted—and—filled-to-edge—truthful with wisdom—both scary and fearful—as wisdom—sometimes becomes you—as age—bends body—yet frees—spirit twirl…From twins—of two—a power of life sparks—and alone-never—places begin—and fixes end. When again—‘surfs-up’—and high waves—reclaim shore-reaches—and land—would rather dwell in— the Villages of Fisher-folk—than in—the Hamptons of—Middle-bots— without spirit machines—without reasons-to-produce—and—stand with us—as wave-crash claims us—all…Because—together—we have done—everything…And! Magically—birds transform the air they breathe—into surprisingly sweet songs…

“All men recognize the right of revolution; that is, the right to refuse allegiance to, and to resist, the government, when its tyranny or its inefficiency are great and unendurable. All machines have their friction; and possibly this does enough good to counter-balance the evil.  At any rate, it is a great evil to make a stir about it.  But when the friction comes to have its machine, and oppression and robbery are organized, I say, let us not have such a machine any longer…” from ‘On the Duty of Civil Disobedience’…by Henry David Thoreau

Beneath surface—and far below—Segment Star—two and one half billion—souls live and work—and suffer and die—and love and hate—along with sunless days—and nights of starlight—gone or both forgotten—and—remember when—mind switches—between laminated illumination—and blind stir—slips between neon’s shine—and semi-sweet chocolate—call darkness. Where light—is saturated—creamy greys and night—are thick swirls—of vanilla—and warmth with—blended shadow shakes…Machine wonders—spirits that guide—the process of robot—arms and legs and watch—through robot—eyes and hear—through robot—ears and once or often—weep robot tears and die—never-ever-even—when a book-or ten—call living—‘sins of flesh’—when spirit robots must live—and die—and forever move—along dusted—star-streams while—dancing among a—trillion light twinkles—sketched across the—winter’s sky. And! Magically—birds transform the air they breathe—into surprisingly sweet songs…

The soft sounds of wind—shoving pine needles ‘cross—autumn’s forest floor—and peace after snow’s—midnight fall. If impulse is—response—then decision is—evolution—maybe? In 1610—Johannes Kepler chanced a—walk across the great—Charles Bridge in–Prague and as snow fall began-to-catch on—his woolen coat–he brushed away—six-sided flakes—from the cloth— covering his arms. Catching more of these flakes—he saw that—they were all six-sided—and—he marveled at the convenience—of this discovery and the—very perspicacious brain—and the —extraordinary curiosity of—the human mind—quantified within the quality of spiritual being. And! Magically—birds transform the air they breathe—into surprisingly sweet songs…

“The lonely mountains o’re—And the resounding shore—A voice of weeping heard and loud lament; From haunted spring and dale—Edg’d with poplar pale—The parting Genius is with sighing sent—With flowre-inwov’n tresses torn—The Nimphs in twilight shade of tangled thickets mourn.” by John Milton

And! Beautiful you are…

‘Back To You’…performed by Jacob Bellens

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