mark anthony st. rose

(11-03-1979 / trinidad)

Causes Of Entity


Sitting here contemplating the causes of entity,
from the Bing Bang theory to entropy.
From a benevolent God to a man with a magic rod,
I feel lost in a phase of eternity.
caught like between darkness and luminosity,
a duality I possess and I am possessed by,
a life that dies but never truly die.

Sitting here contemplating the causes of entity,
origins of nature- the original mystery.
Wandering if my life possesses any meaning,
and if all this pain and suffering sends my soul streaming,
opening into a sea of reasons,
explaining these cryptic seasons.
Or is our existence inconsequential,
an accidental non-essential,
an error upon Nature's page,
a virus in a treacherous age.

Why- are- we- here? Why am I here?

Sitting here contemplating the causes of entity,
eventually the answer inside of me
unfolds like a flower,
and this was the very hour
that upon me came an inner ascension,
and it was like I escaped earth's dimension,
circumventing society's fiction,
seeing a new depiction.
It was like I conquered death and saw what came after,
I was like a flaming supernova,
flowing like a free energy entity,
now knowing the causes of entity.



copyright by Mark Anthony St. Rose. All rights reserved.

Submitted: Monday, March 10, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Topic(s): love


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