by Christopher Manners
Amidst the crowded cacophony of chaos,
this sweet perception fleetingly crystallized,
in these suddenly calm, pristine waters,
as I no longer perceived each ego clashing,
but a united chorus of the countless cascading
with those blazing harps of blissful harmony
trumpeting beyond all the mundane misery,
as each valiantly distinct and voyaging voice
was a dear resonance of deathless radiance
all vastly imagined by the boundless artist.
Christopher Manners has had 2 poetry books published by Sophia Perennis. He has also had poems published by Harbinger Asylum. Born and residing near Toronto, Canada, he has a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from York University. Manners is the founder of poetryimmortal.com, a poetry blog and encyclopedia dedicated to the classics.
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One reply on “Harmony”
Excellent poem for for Borderless’s aesthetic.