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"

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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