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Phoetry: Photography inspired by Poetry Phoetry: Photography inspired by Poetry Phoetry: Photography inspired by Poetry Phoetry: Photography inspired by Poetry Phoetry: Photography inspired by Poetry Phoetry: Photography inspired by Poetry

On 06, Mar 2016 | In | By jane

Phoetry: Photography inspired by Poetry

In this matter, under motive, the unseen is a dial.

The lost space, in between, just enough to make a scene.

Light forms; lost and found again.

Always creating.

Black holes expanding;

These waves of surface states.

Looking through the scope of mirrors,

Reflecting not what the eye may see.

Endless conversions, leaving questions;

More than what the mind perceives.

Galileo took the night and suffered for suggestion.

Fact of formed thought to the masses, rejected for the cross.

Lives of yearning, a right to know.

To see through the noble lies.

Prosecution; prosecution!?

For learning on our own?!

Centuries old,

Just what we’re told;

This world is to discover!

Never mind the chants of masses,

Run with the best-told story.

Only living for the punished; which road is now the beaten?

Minds of wonder made to fear the unknown and the truth.

Should be told or yet be scold if one should dare to question?!

Unmasking wisdom,

Once found knowledge;

Coated in the ruins.

Foretold elements now unwritten;

Secrets burned at the stake.

Covered, lost, painted black.

Le Fey was first in line.

In this matter, under motive, the unseen is a dial.

Turned to suit what mass be told of that which class finds fortune.

Forget the past, all that we know,

These minds are for the taking.

If a life is made,

We might still portray;

A force beyond the moulding.

 

Photos and Poem by Jessie Robertson

 

Web: www.jessierobertson.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/PhotographyByJessieRobertson

 

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