Sunday, December 04, 2005

Networking

All those who live,
who have ever lived
are marching
carrying a secret
in their harrowed hearts
The intrepid shadow
of some unseen power
flutters through
each inconstant gaze
Like hues
and harmonies
of a breaking day
each countenance begets
said secret
It is only felt
when the mist
over mountains dance,
when the song
of moonlight
reflects on a midnight stream
when the luminous sun
kisses the golden afternoon
Each omnipresent,
omnipotent heart
marches

14 Comments:

Blogger Blackempress said...

Bravo!
U have a wonderful site here. The description * everything is so neat.
I'll share with u wat attracted me...the blogger identity. It is so damn creative. Really nice.
keep it up.

2:25 AM  
Blogger bert moth said...

blackempress - Thanks for stopping by and for the compliments. I dropped by your sites, as well. It looks like you're keeping busy. There's a lot of interesting stuff. Excellent!

7:31 PM  
Blogger Cocaine Jesus said...

i was going to list, as so many bloggers do, all the great lines that i would steal (if i could) but then i saw the excellent photo and that says everything.
really enjoyed this one. like sand in the wind or mist on the sea, a fleeting image that leaves a brazen image.

also, i agree with blackempress about your blogger identity. brilliant!

9:55 AM  
Blogger nomadic_waves said...

Beautiful lines....lucid and smooth, each word flowing deliciously into the next...

12:01 PM  
Blogger Cocaine Jesus said...

came back to see if anything new was going on but instead re-read this poem. it makes me think of bloggers. the way their collective thoughts seem to be coalescing into one large heart.

3:59 AM  
Blogger Green-Eyed Lady(GEL) said...

Reading your poem reminds me of the connections between people and then I just looked up and saw CJ's comment. Yes, he stated what I'm after particularly eloquently "caolescing into one large heart." NIce photo to accompany your piece.
SilvermOOn

6:55 AM  
Blogger bert moth said...

Blogging's been slow for me, as it's finals period (insert "Boo!").

nomadic_waves - Thanks for stopping by! Your comments are appreciated.

CJ - Thank you! I really enjoy those transient images, as well. Sort of phantom-like and surreal. I also agree about the bloggers part - I never thought of in terms of that.

GEL - Thanks for dropping by! Coalescing indeed!

11:17 PM  
Blogger Free Spirit said...

Um, I'm guilty of the same thing. I went here because I got so intrigued by your...signature...pseudonym...?

Glad I did though. Your work is really good. I'll come back again.

8:51 AM  
Blogger Lorena said...

beautiful words and the photograph finishes it off.

marching
carrying a secret
in their harrowed hearts

beautiful image in these lines.

12:16 AM  
Blogger GEL said...

I also loved the lines Lorena mentioned and enjoyed reading this poem again. Please update your blogroll. I moved my writing site. Thx

10:55 AM  
Blogger bert moth said...

Free Spirit - I'm blushing that my 'face' is so attractive. Thank you for your wonderful comment.

lorena - Thank you very much!

**silvermOOn** - Updated it is. Very lovely site!

10:03 PM  
Blogger Danny Sillada said...

I discover your blog through GEL's. Your poems are powerful with poignant imageries. This poem, in particular, with an open-ended line leaves many doors of interpretation welcoming many possibilities; of many secrets to be veiled or unveiled...

I have many blogs, but my most updated one is Diary of Silence.

Thanks.

10:21 PM  
Blogger _Soulless_ said...

The title is most appropriate. ^_^ Everything is connected in a way; and sometimes I wonder if the law of causality is to blame. Haha.

Hullo. I remember a visit from you some time ago, ahh and I see my link is still here. I am honored! Thank you. Oh, and happy holidays! ^_^

6:40 PM  
Blogger bert moth said...

Danny - Thank you for the kind words. I'm honored that you dropped in to comment.

Soulless - I'm also honored that you took the time to comment. I've indeed been to your blog, but I noticed that you took some time off. So glad to see you back!

11:17 PM  

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