“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 counterbalance 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
Ages do past and often we become; sponges, gifted, gregarious and often bent with insight. We are anchors of both worlds; one frightful and one enchanted and filled-to-edge, truthful with wisdom. This truth is both; scary and fearful, as wisdom sometimes becomes you as aged body bends and frees spirit twirl. And! From twins of two a power of life sparks and alone-never again places begin, and mends ends. When ‘surfs-up’ and high waves reclaim shore-reaches and land, would rather dwell in the Villages of Fisher-folk than where Mid-bots dwell, without spirit machines and without reasons-to-produce and stand with us as wave-crash claims our everyone. Together, we have already finished everything.
And! Magically birds transform the air they breathe into surprisingly sweet songs.
Beneath surface and faraway from a heating Sun, (7.9) billion people inhabit, function, endure and stop whilst perpetrating both permanent love, and incessant hate. Nights of starlight turn and returned. With forgotten reasons remembered, mind switches between laminated illumination and as blind stir slides, between neon’s shine and this semi-sweet chocolate named darkness. Light saturated in creamy grays and night, is thick swirls of vanilla and warmth blended with shadow shakes; machine wonder often guides the processes of robot arms and legs while watching through robot eyes and listening through robot ears. Often they weep robot tears and die ‘never-ever-even’ when a book or ten books call living ‘sins of flesh’ when spirit robots must live and die and forever venture along dusted star-streams and dance among a trillion light twinkles sketched across the evening’s sky.
Correct notes! Pipers of those silver flutes held ‘gainst heart beeps’ strong as fair seafarers often pass others into light as others ‘cross star-streams-to-suns above sea and beyond sky. Civil layers never die. Tradition slips, and graciousness forgets. So are whirling dances and twirling songs. Touch lips and fingers. Kiss your lips to mine, then time space while moments’ race. And! Silence, then carefully watch tonight. Sails do catch sparks-of-wind and high tides to run-to-sea-you’ll-see, won’t we? Struggle is perfect for the winner. The impartial distribution of resources never legitimately occurs. Productivity costs: over time with all intentions of some loss and some motives to divine.
The soft swishes of breeze gently shift pine needles ‘cross autumn’s forest base. If impulse is response, then decision is evolution? In 1610 Johannes Kepler chanced a walk across the great Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic. As snow began to catch on his woolen coat, he brushed away the six-sided flakes from the cloth covering his arms. Catching more of these flakes he realized they were all six-sided. And! Johannes marveled concerning the convenience of this find and the very perspicacious brain and the extraordinary curiosity of the human mind quantified within the quality of spiritual being.
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
Still here! Beneath this heaven our sea swirl-twirls and we hear whale singsong our mother into a necessary-sleep. Whale singsongs the heating of blood-self until warming is good. She rises from emerald seas and from black sands where tide pulls current and lines of moonlight are perfect and disappear into the dustless night. Now! Touch the Dancing One. Now! Touch the Witch-of-life and taste her sweet creations. Goddesses do create ‘cross Heavens-Earths and Moons-Suns while passing Spirits-to-flesh and back again. Spirits do form and substance is free.
And! Rain does pour from sky onto roof and through spirals; both, short or long gutters or just eaves from leaves’ soak or arcs ‘golden-tricks-of-night-light’ inside as outside water splashes ground and collects on sidewalk’s flooded cracks into pools of wet and of mud carvings and pavement soaks. Night fills lighted places and switched-on bulbs reveal grays; shadows many, forever produced and forever not cheering the sun. Our lives are fluid; liquid pour, consuming, replacing, replenishing, and then recalling another choice in another time or with another rhyme.
The circles safely close. Web building starts. Markers of builders old and builders new. Star Guides are folded as intended. Original shapes until these creations are again needed and opened to read and follow across another Sky-Bridge. Sail this sea and let the games begin, again. ‘Tis good this Loving Rhyme. So! Follow this Time this Twine Re-wind.
And! Beautiful you are…
‘Call Of The Mountains’…Eluveitie