Goldenarticles articles

High poetry; two poem [and commentary] - poetry


Bells for Belphegor!. . .

Where immortal veils never meet Belphegor, Arch devil speaks: In vagaries form, With signs and signatures not yet born-; The Tagaririm, order of the demon: They come to meet, the King Of Hell, and Demons, They come from assorted worlds- With scrolls, spells, countless powers To hell, to hell to meet-Belphegor. .

?and ring the bells, the bells? To ring the bells for Belphegor!. . .

#735 6/2005

A Analyze for Existence

The aim for life was just to exist and enjoy the miracle-the counter constantly in His palm; if you seek you will find; so I read one time. My look after knew it. Me, I was continually scruffy with its conspiracies and secrets?how foolish.

#734 6/22/2005

Commentary: here are two atypical poems with another jolts, "Bells for Belphegor!. . . " and "A Analyze for Existence"; one ghoulish in characteristics (where I walk under the blackened moon and balustrade sun); the other I call select, of a sacred nature; one of a devil (where necromantic arts are reborn); one of God, where being rests. Every now and then in poetry (for me anyways) we must go after the devils shadow; where delicate shades and gradation of meanings linger; but at all times seek the palm of God; and with a muster-seed of faith, one will be able to unlock the gate to the pit on the way out.

Poet Dennis Siluk http://dennissiluk. tripod. com


Summer poetry  Southwest Journal

Poetry of Yoon Dong-Ju  Korea Times

Poetry for the unpoetic  Annapurna Express

The poetry of protests  The Michigan Daily

Poetry by Robert Shimabukuro  The International Examiner

Young poets workshop with Will Reger goes virtual July 19th : SPlog  Smile Politely - Champaign-Urbana's Online Magazine

Finding her place  UCI News

ONLINE: Poetry  Isthmus

New poets, new mediums  The New Indian Express

2020: A new zine for writers, poets and artists  Seton Hall University News & Events

Developed by:
home | site map © 2020