Description: How, I came about this piece somewhat strange. I wrote is a thought reflection on a certain thing that I had faced. This was about two weeks after readin Robert Jordan's "The Eye Of The World" from the The Wheel Of Time series.
When I re-read this piece it seemed to me that somehow this sums up a reflection to the book. So, I am utterly confused as to how it came about!
A spell cast, enchanted brilliance.
The blue aura of a source.
Might and magic seeping
The heart and soul reaping
Harvested glory, full of sorrow
Talons of steel, clutching madness.
There comes a knocking
It is he who has not spoken
The world is free once again
Or at least in my rein.
Illusions of power, promises forgotten
Losing what was not there
Owning that cannot be owned
There upon the brink of it all
Lay the “Dragon Reborn”
He who loses, against he who shall win
The battle long forgotten is no longer any sin
The yin and the yang not separated
Is a soul made whole
ok first i was attracted tot he poem due to its title which is the same as mine and then as i read it i realized we both got inspired by the same thing which is robert jordans wheel of time lol i love that book :) u should check out my prophecy poem its also about wot:)
but back to the poem its a very beautiful heartfelt description with some really nice imagery i love the image Harvested glory, full of sorrow Talons of steel, clutching madness
it inspires the reader to think of so many themes behind it tho i think the reader would have to read wot to trully appreciate the work and meaning of the poem very nice job :)