Born of ancient captive sounds.

 

US of A, April 11, 2002.

Unidentified Teacher.

From a Contributing Receiver

1
"Broken clay speak at last.
Time passed without a say,
Born of ancient captive sounds
Seeing now the light of day.

2
"Be at one in crystal light
Showing bright, the dimness fade.
To the seeker crown this night.
Make it clear in ebon sway.

3
"Know not all and seeking still,
Comb the dusty galleries.
Treasure hidden yet exposed
Too close to show its secret.

4
"Round they turn in mystic dance
Stop them now for one last chance.
Hidden writing on the wall,
Watch it fall near to all.

5
"Be not many but a few
Sweeping dust to show the words.
Reading them in open view,
With lifting of the veil.

6
"One with all in shared embrace,
Living in this holy place.
Bridges burning as they pass
From smoke to clarity.


Notes: If the above speaks of one of the oldest (if not the oldest) writing forms of the Sumerians, it makes a lot of sense. The Sumerians would have known the Midwayers at least as well as did the early Greeks of the Delphi Oracles.

Stanzas 4 and 6 appear to deal with the Middle East crisis, as well as the (possibly not so pleasing) consequences of that debacle.

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