Perception

A mind is a beautiful thing to waste
But sometimes I’d just like to see the world burn
And while it might be considered in bad taste –
The need to preserve the “beautiful,” I cannot discern,

The creation of everything only took a couple seconds.
Even the big bang is in the past,
A proclamation that beautiful things don’t last

This only proves the obsession with the ugly,
What lives on is the unsophisticated and disorderly.
Try as we might, to rid ourselves of the offensive
It’s resilience against death leaves us apprehensive

An acquired taste of everything else
Those with this ability are scarce.
Enlightened for they see the Universe travels on a different time
The time of that which is unrefined.

That’s why we’re here.

© Luis Valencia

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About luisydomonique

Poetry Year Long Project between Luis Valencia and the Brilliant, Beautiful, and Vivace Domonique Celeste Alcaraz.
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4 Responses to Perception

  1. Jingle says:

    Thrilled to see you shine with another superb poem…
    Welcome to Poets Rally week 28.

  2. notjeffery says:

    The first stanza brought quite a grin to my face.
    Beauty doesn’t last forever, especially when constantly recreated.

    Your words have a pureness about them.
    Peace,

  3. Jingle says:

    Hello, friend, how are you?

    I invite you to our Monday Poetry Potluck Party,
    We have other features such as poem of the week, poetry blog of the week, and poet of the week, plus Sunday poetry news dispatch, if you attend our Monday Party, there is a chance that you poetry or you as a promising poet are represented by one of our officials, and your talent will be highlighted or exposed to wider audience,

    No specific rules, simply linking in 1 to 3 poems, it could be an old poem, let us read and comment for you. Feel free tasting other poetry treats, all enjoyable experience…

    http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/2010/09/poetry-potluck-big-bang.html

    Click on the link, you will see a blue button, click on the blue button, you will see three boxes, your specific poem link to be placed in first, then your name or blog name, then your email connected to your blog….

    Happy Tuesday!
    Let the fun begin!
    Cheers!

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