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Beyond Invisible

20 April, 2013

Hasty Words, the Queen of Poetry Duets, asked me to write with her again.  I don’t need asking twice, I’m always honoured.


While the world rotates constant
The universe keeps expanding
I wonder where destiny resides
And how much of it is promised

Is my future as permanent as my past,
Are the dicerolls of chance cast in stone?
Has the final chapter of my saga been written,
Waiting for me to turn my daily pages?

I gaze into invisible passages
Finding only barren landscapes
Inspiration all dried up, motivation gone
I wonder if tomorrow will be the same

Is it written that I will feel this way
Or can I erase, redraft my own story?
I strain to see beyond the immediate
To glimpse events yet to come

Regardless of the outcome
Whether or not it’s been told
I try in earnest to stay in the present
And leave the pondering to turn cold

I can see no value in stretching my vision
Beyond the near horizon
When everything that makes me whole
Is with me in the here and now

As for the universe and what it holds
I will leave that for my wandering mind
And work on the story I would like told
Live each day being beautiful and kind


  1. I love this over and over again 🙂

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