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For IGWRT ~ Imaginary Garden With Real Toads ~ Sunday’s Mini-Challenge: Salvatore Quasimodo ~ ‘Cease The Futile Dream’

AstraeaVSH

Unreal World,

Oblivion immersed
Misty shady magically Gothic,
False beliefs in Lethe sunk,
Why not cease the futile dream-,

Losing Time, spent better else,
it is, but effort of the Self’
Come away from Fairy Land,
Let us See, where we really stand

Let us See, where we really stand
raise our hands in prayers
bow our heads for peace before
The Power Grand!

This is certain,
Uncertainty is not the Strand!
Truth is there
Truth will be The Certain Band!
Come’ Away from Fairy Land !

In the mirror, see
the real world-then let
The Miracle be…
beyond the sky, beneath the sea
emerge in pearly purity
No more Fairy Land
No more uncertainty

O’ Astraea, Return ! in word
and deed, knowledge and justice
never before in this
warring world forlorn
was felt for you, a greater need’

Come Be the Ambassador
Bring the Utopian Grand
No More Fairy Land, but
Peace with all Virtue and certainty ‘

Ref Poem Mirror
(Ed ecco sul tronco)

CER Copyright 2014 anjum wasim dar

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12 thoughts on “For IGWRT ~ Imaginary Garden With Real Toads ~ Sunday’s Mini-Challenge: Salvatore Quasimodo ~ ‘Cease The Futile Dream’”

  1. I admire the mythical slant as it gives your voice a classical look ~ I really like this part:

    Peace with all Virtue and certainty

    Thanks for participating and wishing you happy week ~

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  2. I would give up fairyland for peace–If i believed sacrificing myself would bring peace, I’d do that, too, in a heart beat. Perhaps, in our crazy world, that is exactly what people are doing–all working what they believe for peace–and finding only another tower of babel. The thought makes me sad, but I’m not panicking yet. PS: Your link at “Midweek Motif ~ Swimming” brought me here!

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