The Fields of Time

August 19, 2010
By Origins BRONZE, Greenwich, Connecticut
Origins BRONZE, Greenwich, Connecticut
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Favorite Quote:
"If you say you're going to do something, you better do it, otherwise nobody will take you seriously"
-Me


In this field of silence,
In this beautiful field,
Ill try to describe it best I could.

There was perfect harmony,
Twas’ an endless field of perfection.
Although, one flaw I found,
And bravely, I came face,
That there was one simple mistake.

So I conversed with the masterminds, of a wise race,
In a secret lair, lost in time.
And with boldness, we came to face,
That we had an uneasy fate.

I walked by the field of progression,
It was a scary sight, such power and suppression.

I sprinted through field of spring,
And I couldn’t help but be skeptical,
Of all the good times, and what would they bring.

I glimpsed at the Field of ruin,
Was so intrigued, what went wrong?
Back to the start, I came to face,
The field of silence, and its momentous grace.

So I set a meeting with the elders,
Before the field of rejuvenation,
And until then, I am searching through the fields of time
And until then, I am studying the fields of time


The author's comments:
I dont want to give away too much, but this is a complicated poem, and i do feel that i need to give a few hints. This poem relates to the cycle of life, and the bible. More importantly, this poem figuratively relates to God's creation of mankind as a 'project'.

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