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What does it feel like to wake up into your skin? Your day? What do you feel first most days? Is it in any way influenced by gratitude, or totally given over to worry, anxiety about your shortness of time? Is this life the one you had in mind as a child? When did this that you do to fill your days and years become your dream? Or is it your nightmare? Or something in between? If so, which parts are closest to your dream and what were you doing with whom and why as this became your dream? Were these relationships good dream mentors for you? How did you get to this day, this place, this vocation? When did your nightmare start and is it something more than the fear of your own cherished dream's loss? What is that one thing that sets you apart, that is your unique character fingerprint? How is your identity unique from all others alive now, or in the past, or in future generations? And, if your uniqueness is no one thing, but a constellation of attributes, characteristics, dreams, fears, wisdom, aspirations, relationships, memories, then how is any one of those unique to you, and if none is, after due consideration, then how are you not part of me and all that is related to you that is also related to others that are less directly related to you, on back to the emergence of flowing memory capacity itself? What do you imagine was that first memory? Do you think it was of longing or belonging, or somehow both, like the contentment waiting within harmonic contention, resolution waving toward our future revolution, still co-arising in noncontentious background? Is contentment intuited as informat-ionic, nonlanguaged syntax of sequentially reasonal logos, to know and love nature's wise resolving resolutions, without, as within? Evolution and Revolution each grow, respectively, Yin- and Yang-temporal resolved, slow and fast-paced momentum optimizing balanced incoming polyphonic form, polyculturing function, with outgoing memory-folded contentment, confluent wonder. Could prime permacultural balance, optimize enculturation's meaning by minimizing future's monoculturally rapacious dissonance from wonder, revolutionary shock, and co-passionate awe?

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Date: 3/17/2016 4:47:00 PM
I can hear the spoken word vibe in this one. Very good!
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Date: 2/19/2015 6:49:00 PM
Gerald:) Congratulations on having your awesome poem featured on the soups Home Page. ~SKAT LOVE~
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Gerald Dillenbeck
Date: 2/19/2015 7:24:00 PM
Thank you so much. You came to mind as I was finishing up "Being It." Jerry
Date: 2/1/2015 8:43:00 PM
Hi Gerald.. powerful, well constructed write, my friend. Poetry Soup is an awesome place to display your creative, artist works. It's also an ideal place to meet and be shaped by other gifted poets. Comment on their works and they will comment on yours. Give one of the Contest a try as well. I look forward to reading more of your good writes in February. Please take time to check me out, ok!
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Date: 1/31/2015 1:28:00 AM
Gerald, A nice warm WELCOME to poetry soup. I hope you have fun in this wonderful community. You'll find many friendly poets, who are ready to support and give positive feedback. I want to be the first to invite you on over to the contest page. I OFFER MY CONTEST in hopes it inspires you in some way. I will enjoy following you and your poetry:) This is a great way to start the New Year. Lucky Us, To Have you. Enjoy 2015, with New Poet Friends! @-> LINDA <-@
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Date: 1/31/2015 1:04:00 AM
Gerald, Stopping by with a nice, sweet Welcome to Poetry Soup. I will get much delight, in reading and in time become familiar with your verse. As for now, I will greet you with the same smile, others passed, when I first join the soup. Wishing you and your poetry the best. I hope you get to meet all the nice poet's around here. Starting with me. SKAT :-) Please drop a hello and tell me a little about yourself if you wish. I would like to be your newest poetry soup "FRIEND" Hugs* SKAT
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Date: 1/29/2015 1:53:00 PM
No wonders the wonders in which wanderers found a continent "like the contentment waiting within harmonic contention".Charming and stunning!
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