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Author Name: FreeSensual Sorceress 38 Comments
Date Added: February 08, 2007 15:02:43 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Divisions

There is invisibility among humans.
A line, if you will, that often keeps
Others at bay, sometimes hiding
A part of ourselves we find too painful.
Almost thief-like, it lurks, sneaking into
parts of our lives and stealing away
Our possessions of spirit.
There are many commonalities,
Yet each one specific to the individual.
We have divisions, labels, and a need
Underlying them all to do away with
Such constraints. We are drawn
To what we've been taught taboo,

We fall prey to false images
In the hope of reaching and being

Warmed by a fire we sometimes cannot
Kindle within ourselves.
How often have we tried to disprove
A feeling, a belief, a mere thought
In order to keep things invisible?
A stranger often has the ability to
See the invisible, often people
We know are shown glimpses,
But the door is slammed shut,
Encompassing those things
In darkness, veils, and lies.
The truth is, if we all had x-ray
Vision and were able to see
The invisible, we might be forced
To admit we are all similar,

Frail beings,  a wonderment.
As such, we might love ourselves
Along with all humans.
Can you imagine?

Author's Notes:
THERE IS INVISIBILITY
 
"If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite." (William Blake)
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeFilthy on November 3, 2007 06:42:25 AM Report
As you gave it a plug i thought id best come have a nose hehe, SO, SO glad i did. Outstanding piece here you, and more than just deserving of that there gong!

Comment By: FreeRoss McCague Rosco on February 8, 2007 11:06:38 PM Report
You are the fucking Wife of Bath. We're all deceived. She's loaded. That tavern act is a ruse for a study of mankind. If there were any more these, I'd freak. Great development.
Comment By: FreePaul Peter McLean on November 15, 2006 03:11:26 PM Report
Great work Jody. I like a poem that makes me think deep thoughts, and this did just that. Some great lines to linger over, and some interesting concepts to consider - what more can one ask? Perhaps a Featured Poem Award - oh, I see you have one! Congratulations, Jody.
Comment By: FreeGoliath Assassin on October 9, 2006 05:19:00 PM Report

We fall prey to false images
In the hope of reaching and being


Warmed by a fire we sometimes cannot
Kindle within ourselves.

Yeah... that part I REALLY liked... I felt that way when I split with my first love.  Like why can't I create my own happiness, tenderness, etc. I guess I'm still working on it. I'm too macho toward myself. This has many uses to different readers, and a slam-dunk closer. You should be roud of yourself.

Comment By: FreeTodd on September 24, 2006 03:46:46 PM Report
truly marvelous Jody, then again I'm not surprised. "Frail beings and a wonderment" if only we could see past it all and learn to love on another. Many *****'s
Comment By: FreeDavid on September 4, 2006 11:00:57 PM Report
Jesus Christ this is incredible...
Comment By: PremiumJoe McNinney on August 1, 2006 11:36:27 PM Report
These secrets are our very own,
some rather walk with them alone.
Others wear them out on their sleeve,
hoping for some guidance and reprieve.
Ideas divided between right and wrong,
believe in your convictions, however strong!

I love this Jody, congrats on the award, I don't know how I missed this, Joe

Comment By: FreeCynthia Jones on July 20, 2006 11:43:38 PM Report
Congrats for your muchly deserved award. *S* Wind Whisperer
Comment By: FreeBarbara Demasson on July 20, 2006 03:42:51 AM Report
Perhaps the invisible ISN'T so invisible after all. Kudos to you kid...you give us all something to think about. =))
~Barbara~

Comment By: FreeTracy Fletcher on July 18, 2006 08:46:47 PM Report
We all have things that we would like to keep invisible from the world.

Great write it is so deserving of the Featured poem Award.
Tracy


Comment By: FreeGlata on July 18, 2006 07:55:33 AM Report
Congrats gal! Never a surprise to see an award on your writes! Awesome stuff, and I'm proud of ya!

Love you!

G

Comment By: TrialAnn on July 17, 2006 05:03:57 PM Report
I have no idea how I missed this one! Great work and major congratulations for this great poem and award.


Comment By: FreeHeike on July 17, 2006 04:19:13 PM Report
I don't know how I could have missed this one...
It is perfect in its simple yet far-sighted wisdom. An inspiration for us all.
Jody, I hope you have started building an extension to your living room for the awards to come :-)!
~Heike

Comment By: FreeSharon Jorcil James on July 17, 2006 03:35:56 PM Report
Congrats on receiving the award for this fantastic write Jody.

Well Done!!!

 

Sharon JJ

Comment By: FreeThe Mystic Poet on July 17, 2006 03:26:49 PM Report
This is a great poem, We'd expect nothing less from jolen. Congrats jolen! Thanks for sharing this.
Comment By: FreeAdri on July 17, 2006 03:59:22 AM Report

Oh my J... this is still so beautiful!!!  Congratulations my J!!!!  I agree with John, it had award written all over it from the beginning!!!! 
Love
Adri x


 


Comment By: FreeCindy Bendel on July 16, 2006 10:20:48 PM Report
This powerfully written work just stuns me Jolen...amazing and so insightful. It makes me feel so naked and vulnerable reading it...You have seen the soul. Excellent.

Congrats!!

~Cindy

Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on July 16, 2006 10:13:03 PM Report
Great write ---  I liked it when I first read it and NOW,  well here it is Feature Poem Award time.

 

Lady D

Comment By: ModeratorJillian K. Alexis on July 16, 2006 09:23:08 PM Report
Congratulations Jody on winning the featured poem of the week award...Hugz...Jillian
Comment By: PremiumKeith Overstreet on June 16, 2006 11:08:09 PM Report
We are frail beings indeed. But we do have a strength to rest upon in our belief of Him, not our own but His. To believe in the invisible.
Amazing piece and thought provoking.

Wonderful Job!

Keith

Comment By: FreeChuck on June 16, 2006 07:03:03 PM Report

If I could pull down the heavens and sprinkle the stars on everything you touch… I would do that… unfortunately for me I am lacking the most important and illusory thing in this reality… TIME… you are wonderful…and you already know that… 


Comment By: FreeRoss McCague Rosco on June 12, 2006 06:30:06 PM Report
How often have we tried to disprove
A feeling, a belief, a mere thought
In order to keep things invisible?

 

What more evidence do you need that this writer is a powerhouse?

Comment By: FreeH. Louise on June 12, 2006 05:00:11 PM Report
A very good write. Amazing.
Like Jeremy has already said, this is thought provoking.

You've written this strong piece of writing, wonderfully.
Keep up the good work!

Take care
Hannah
xoxox

Comment By: FreeAdri on June 12, 2006 02:57:16 AM Report

Very wise words.  I love the way you take hard hitting truths, that we all know is there, and cover the spectrum of it. Wonderful, like only you can do it!
Adri x


Comment By: FreeSharon Jorcil James on June 11, 2006 01:33:47 PM Report
An amazing, thought-provoking write Jody

So much truth spoken here...it is absolutely amazing.

 

Sharon JJ

Comment By: FreeAlison Storm Wolf on June 10, 2006 05:32:02 PM Report
How my being resonated with this.

I often feel  born before my time......not in a big headed way ........more in the way we treat mental illness.

William Blake was a visionary........................one who was attended to with such visions.

 

great writing 

Ali x

Comment By: FreeJoe Petro on June 10, 2006 11:24:32 AM Report
Why is it that we're all afraid to reveal ourselves completely. We all keep part of us a secret. Is this human nature? Lots to think about from one of my favorite writers. You amaze me when you go from the totally obsurd and have me in stitches, to something as deep as this. jp
Comment By: FreeAbbas on June 10, 2006 08:41:30 AM Report
CATEGORICALLY SPEAKING.....

View in itself is an infinite term.

Only prejudice is opaque

Abbas.

Comment By: FreePamela A. Lamppa on June 10, 2006 07:34:08 AM Report
Integral we are.

 

A wonderful, introspective and telling piece.  Brave as it can be and yes....I can imagine, do imagine, and wonder...when?

 

For our children then, perhaps? *sigh*.  Excellent my friend.  I felt this with my soul. ~Pam

Comment By: FreeTim Fleckney on June 9, 2006 10:28:40 PM Report
Perhaps it's best that things remain invisible, there are parts buried deep inside of us that are meant to be buried and if we took them out into the light of day wewould see ourselves for the monsters we are. I myself choose to keep the beast hidden lest I send women and children screaming in the street. An excellent write with a lot of deep thought, I really enjoyed this one.

Tim

Comment By: FreeRoger Bacon on June 9, 2006 08:48:08 PM Report
Be gentle with people,

they have been through

the same as you and I. 

 

For some reason I read your write and felt compelled to write that.

Comment By: FreeMoon Fairy on June 9, 2006 08:27:00 PM Report

Jody-
You've pointed out some amazing things within this write.
Awesome and true, every bit..
An award winner for sure and I love this new catagory!
Hugs,
Tracie~


Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on June 9, 2006 07:35:30 PM Report
"How often have we tried to disprove
A feeling, a belief, a mere thought
In order to keep things invisible?"

 

I really like that line, Aces. I like the new catagory..Might be using that one, myself...If we all could truly see the inner self of others and they, ours, I wonder if that would bring humanity closer together or make us want to flee in horror from each other?..I think we keep to ourself not just thingss too painful to share, but things we consider personal and private. Very thoughtful and successful write, darlin'. The varied comments are testament to that..Good stuff!!..Yereverthoughtfulfurball

Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on June 9, 2006 07:07:22 PM Report
Be like everyone else.....

Hmmm....

Well, I guess that's not one of those things I have/could/would do...........

 

GREAT write...

 

Lady D

Comment By: Freeb doneff on June 9, 2006 06:32:49 PM Report
How true that sometimes a total stranger sees in us what we ourselves cannot see, or even those with whom we spend a vast majority of time. Do we ever really unveil ourselves to another or even ourselves? Takes courage..this was excellent, as always, and has me thinking..
Your BB

Comment By: Freetom on June 9, 2006 05:42:22 PM Report
so very true Jody great penning

hugs kisses

tom

Comment By: FreeGlata on June 9, 2006 04:57:21 PM Report
How frightening that would be! To love ourselves and one another??? No way!

Honestly, though...this is great...and I agree totally!

Hugs and love you1

Glata

Comment By: ModeratorHenry M. on June 9, 2006 03:19:23 PM Report
This is very, very good Jody... We never know what lies in the minds of others or around the next corner for that matter. If I am reading this right, this is more about the person next to us. You just don't know who to trust anymore, it appears that not only lives were lost on that fateful 9/11/01, we have also lost something almost as dear, we have lost true freedom. Sad, so very sad. Excellent writing Jody.    Henry




 


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