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111 words

You should have known there’s no need to search. Light
(Don’t confuse it with illumination)
Lies within. You should have known this birthright
Was, and always was, in your grasp. Each man
Contains his own black sun, his own dark flame
Of knowledge. There is no fruit that, grabbed
And bitten, releases any arcane
Stores of hidden wisdom. No much tabbed
Ancient text whose pages, thickly bound and
Set with bloody sigils, contain the one
And truest way to reach the light. No grand
Chest of truth is lodged away. Truth? There’s none
But this: you have always been a god. There,
Now you know what you are. You always were.


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  1. Sandy
    Posted October 4, 2011 at 12:30 am | Permalink

    I feel a bit silly asking but was it by design that Julie’s two poems both have the same number of words?

  2. JuleighHowardHobson
    Posted October 4, 2011 at 12:05 pm | Permalink

    Hello– No design at all. If GJ didn’t include word counts, I doubt I would have ever realized these both contained 111 words. It is nice, though, that they make a matched pair.

  3. Fourmyle of Ceres
    Posted October 4, 2011 at 3:20 pm | Permalink


    JuleighHowardHobson in blockquote:

    Each man
    Contains his own black sun, his own dark flame
    Of knowledge.

    “The Dark Flame of Knowledge.”

    THAT is a phrase I will steal borrow and use liberally.

    Give us a call when you have baby dragons crawling around on your shoulders!

    What’s In YOUR Future? Focus Northwest!

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