Love, Death, Chaos, Stars
In this volume of poetry, you will find six poems each brought about by contemplation of love, death, chaos, and the stars.
Not only do I leave the interpretations to my reader, I also hope to convey all sorts of grounded and inspiring thoughts. There are profound mature themes and a few sexual references, so I would advise parents to read first, before passing these on to their kids. More
There are six poems each on the hinged inspirations of love, death, chaos, and the stars.
The stars are seen as both mighty and powerless, eternal and transitory, and they look down on us and see the same things.
Love is found to be at its height between lovers, and nothing of value can be found in its absence.
Death is both a gift, and a curse - but either way (or both ways) mortality can bring out the best in a person.
Chaos, finally, intrudes with results both wonderful and catastrophic; chaos is the true wild card of the Universe; it can liberate, or imprison, and it cannot be willed away by systems that attempt to impose order on human affairs.
I hope these poems that inspire me also inspire the reader; at least, they are entertaining, and if seen in the right light, profound.
There are mature themes and some sexual references here, so I would caution parents to read these before turning them over to their children.