Firelight flickers upon smooth stone Reflecting on jewels like flashing eyes Golden settings, velvet drapes Peaceful sounds of nature and rain The many-eyed Hosts for a ceiling They gaze deep into this soul below Their sanctuary in a tumultuous sea Their oasis in a barren land Raise up this sacred space within And be named… Continue reading “The Temple” – Poetry
Common sense abandoned Countless warnings issued (remember how the skies roared?) Proof of Heralds night and day, growing body count of sacrifice victims Obvious Frankensteinian experimentation The whole worlds sees. The whole worlds knows. Devastating side-effects broadcasted Those who drink are robbed of empathy Those who drink can not feel God Those who drink change… Continue reading “What’s Your Poison?” – Poetry
TOPSHOT - Vehicles buried in hail are seen in the streets in the eastern area of Guadalajara, Jalisco state, Mexico, on June 30, 2019. - The accumulation of hail in the streets of Guadalajara buried vehicles and damaged homes. (Photo by ULISES RUIZ / AFP)ULISES RUIZ/AFP/Getty ImagesLightning, Tornado Alley, USA They say there is no… Continue reading “They Say There Is No Heaven” – Poetry
Weighted and shackled, I struggle on Knowing the cost of surrender is high Endless worlds spiraling outward As Divinity's quill passes by I beg a little of that inspiration A chance to recapture that childhood dream Then carried on a distant breeze, a whisper "Take heart. Things are not what they seem." From here, I… Continue reading “Weighted and Shackled” – Poetry
To plan an adventure, a sojourn in a distant land Mesmerized by frequencies, kaleidoscope of bizarre new sights Hallucinations of other's dreams, yet so convincing Then I collide with the blatant irony, so elusive yet so clear That all is the same everywhere, encryptions that never vary Repetitive trends and teachings, identical fantasies and thrills… Continue reading “Traveling a Broken Record” – Poetry
Failure: Holographic images of chains Death: Formed from the worship of lies Empathy: Scandalous affront to unbalanced logic Innocence: The denied right of childhood Poetry Copyright © 2020 by Ena Whiteraven All rights reserved. Image: found online, author unknown
Raise your soul, start your climb Up the great tree of life! Above all, remember why. Hush, sweet child. Dry your eyes For in the darkness, there's a prize Cloaked among the flesh, disguised. Hold to center on your flight And on the day that we unite, We will streak across the sky And ascend… Continue reading “Adventure Begins” – Poetry
This post was published on October 7th, 2016. The blog will be added to the Alura’s Platforms page here on Superlative Deviation. These are the steps you need to take, if you haven’t already. If you notice, the predictions she references in this article are already taking place.
Following this advice and getting right with Heaven will keep you safe. Don’t go into survival mode by hoarding your supplies, though. Help those who need it. Reach out to your family and friends who might be too proud or scared to ask for help. We need to band together now more than ever. There is hope.
I awoke one day to find a cryptic lie had seized my mind I awoke one day to see illusions claiming I was free I awoke one day to feel the seven deadly, putrid seals I awoke one day to think how near my soul came to the brink I awoke one day to do… Continue reading “Choosing Sides” – Poetry
Daily life has been full of hard work, and lately it’s paid off. We’ve been blessed with the chance to help my mother get some much-needed health care, something that has brought a great deal of relief but also new challenges. Some days, it almost feels as if accomplishment only adds more obstacles, but I’ve decided not to look at it in that negative way. Each step is a blessing and sign that we’re going in the right direction.
One of the lessons I’ve been learning is how to juggle my new job and running the household, while also staying on top of my writing. Alura says staying busy and keeping focused on your goals is what’s needed to stay positive and motivated, but of course some days are easier than others. This is a great lesson for me, I think, because it prepares me for things that…
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