Fay Slimm

Behind and Between.

 

 

Behind and Between.

 

Through the thinnest of veils there exists
worlds behind and between.
Mind-tides of seeming reality, semblance
of things intentionally pale.
What is seen as experience or its effects
gells well with lateral senses.
Not dreams but live essences divined as
surreal appear half-earthly.

 

Creature-less air holding
shape shifter faces
bides in every known mold
as spectres shadily
take up half-ghostly forms
disturbing the bold.
Un-voiced speech conveys
primal harmony set
on dim dimensional planes
while awareness of self
as felt-power reverberates
together with presence
of such non-visible beauty
in many guises before
well-morphed love assumes
changing configuration.
to enframe the almost-seen
for edificational help
in coping with near disbelief.

 

Those who use viewing beyond things
as given truth will reason that if
to receive unafraid spirit-aid toward
infinity the reward must be seen 
through thinnest of veils between earth
and existence of other worlds.

Comments10

  • orchidee

    Good write Fay.

  • FredPeyer

    Fay, I know you are a good writer, but you went way beyond being good. This is 'out of this world', absolutely no choice, have to make it a favorite!

  • Laura

    Awesome write Fay!
    This is a beyond the beyond read!
    There’s a lot to think about!
    Enjoyed it very much!
    You are truly gifted!
    Thank you!

  • Michael Edwards

    Supreme poetry as ever - great Fay

  • myself and me

    The words in your poem are so accurate and elegant. So much pleasure to read.

  • Louis Gibbs

    "Through the thinnest of veils there exists worlds behind and between" ... Speaks volumes on the perception of the seeker. The phrase says it all so succinctly and so poetically well, Fay. I do believe your and your muse share my conception of this illusory realm. This one must go into my favorites. Congratulations on this treasure!

  • Santita

    This is a powerful write, Fay. I have read it over a few times to fully grasp & understand it; mind is indeed intact :) I agree with Louis's comment & the line "through the thinnest of veils.." does speak volumes to me too.. Thank you for such a thought-provoking & intelligent offering.

  • WL Schuett

    Very thoughtful writing , fine poetry

  • Heather T

    This other-worldly offering pairs well with a book by Dr. Hugh Ross that I'm nibbling on for the second time regarding the transdimensionality of God. Stunning work, Fay.

  • Goldfinch60

    That veil is so thin and some can see through it. Good write once more Fay.



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