Symphony of Life

charliewang 1950 (Montgomery)



After alignment, the stars did smile awkwardly anew.
Befriending smiles; beaconing emotions from within.
Clearly, this is a clever conjuring of a crystal-clear mindset.
Delivering deeds, untouched by human desperate desires,
Echoing a eulogy in emancipations, which every soul must earn.
Fear will fool many into frolic and allow future fruitions to falter.
Go graciously into the world grabbing life’s gusto as you go.
Hearing, when selective in what’s heard, hinders proportionally in selections.
I am what I am because I am intertwined with time as it initiates change.
Justly, the jury will wait for all jerks, jiggles, joggles, and justifications,
Kneeling at the throne of knowledge, knowing nothing of kinships forged.
Life purpose is to live and let live, reproducing life that life continues.
Man thinks, in much error, he masters all mountains. mysteries and myths,
Never nourishing necessary possibilities propelled to be pondered.
Outward is where hope lives, onward are where courage occupy oceans.
Principles change constantly, purposely, proportionally, polished and poised.
Quietness in quantity will be queued when quaint queries call.
Restless minds, restless souls, restless emotions... rested purpose.
Savor life as sacred, as scarce, as surreal in this physical state, and know that
Time will not wait for temperaments to tame, nor to tilt toward testimonies.
Unpredictable in urges implied, untamed in applications, life is unjust as it unfolds.
Verily I say to you, veer to the vicious vastness that life has not voided,
Where rewards in persistence are wondering wildly waiting to be weighed.
“X” does mark some spots, Xeroxing thoughts to a factor “X” and one
Would heed well the whispers told along the warped wholly wall of time.
Zealots, zero in on the zeal of life zestfully. The zest found is forever
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Submitted by charliewang on January 16, 2021

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Scheme ABCDEFGHIHJKLMHNOPQRSTUVWF
Characters 1,817
Words 289
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 26

charliewang

Born the 3rd child, in the 3rd month, one of 10 siblings, we find Charles W. Felder Sr. Fast forwarding, finds our once dubbed 'Master Poet Charliewang', a noteworthy Poet, storyteller, and Singer (in that order). He was a high school dropout, acquiring his General Education Degree while serving in the Marines. While in the Marines, one of his proudest services was being part of the Marine Corps Silent Drill Team at Marine Barracks 8th & I, Washington As an entrepreneur, he finds his time challenged from the demands of business and trying to find time for personal desires toward the arts and the desire to be an entertainer. A DIY effort had seen “Season Of Poetry” as his debut CD to fruition in 2005. He traveled on the collegiate circuit presenting his “What Is Love” tour from 2004-07. Other accomplishments include but not limited to, receiving a Business Degree, and working with troubled youth as a Drill Instructor for the Great State of Alabama... more…

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