Treasure Island

Anthony Di'anno

(North Yorkshire)

Aeon Matrix


Many winding paths lead to hidden vales,
Fertile fields of improbability,
Sharp fence green hedges, along shadowed trails,
Bordering realms of possibility,
Throb within a mind's labyrinthine reach,
Envious of love and nature's bright draw,
And the lessons experience doth teach,
Parasitic would be gods swell the craw,
Sacrifices are eagerly exchanged,
Loving hearts outnumber the evil ones,
Priorities are being rearranged,
We are the atoms that spark rising suns,
Picking through fractured forests beyond doubt,
Highlighting Archon caltrops here about,

Submitted: Thursday, February 06, 2014
Edited: Friday, February 07, 2014

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Archons are interdimensional parasites that feed off negative thoughts and emotions. They are jealous of the human ability to love and appreciate nature. Feed them at your peril.

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  • Valsa George (2/25/2014 3:31:00 AM)

    Anthony....Your poems are too deep to be comprehended by my shallow brain....! What I have understood is only this much... negative thoughts destroy the human ability to love and appreciate nature!
    Thanks for your lovely comment on my poem- To My Anonymous Lover! I enjoyed your verse, particularly its humour! ! (Report) Reply

  • Geetha Jayakumar (2/7/2014 1:10:00 PM)

    Deep inside this Matrix
    Lay an hidden puzzle
    Surrounded from all sides
    like riddle in a labyrinth reach.
    But the spark of atoms breaks the fence of this Matrix Probability.

    Beautiful poem with in-depth meaning. Your poem put me in puzzle to understand this poem for almost an hour. I always love to understand the in-depth meaning of the poem. I went through this poem many times to get its meaning. I saw your notes just now. To be frank I really enjoyed reading this poem. Matrix and Probability were my favourite topic in Maths...Thanks for sharing this lovely poem.

    Thanks for the lovely comments for my poems. (Report) Reply

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