Welcome everyone to another segment of Friday Night Poetry Corner. Last we was an off week but now the corner is back and back with a passionate poem of justice and emotional strength of person.
This piece call “Yellow” by Autumn Movement is an art of the current times. I think regardless of what side you on if you are not empathic to the freedom of others and/or exploring the differing position of your belief well frankly. I don’t know what to say logically to open your mind…
But this poem and speak much better than me so check it out and check out the artist and formulate your opinion. One thing I love is the idea of the “thinking human,” abstract to formalized thoughts–
This poetic made me think a little more on life struggles– thank you and thank everyone for supporting the 80th feature poem of the Poetry Corner!
Originally posted on Autumn Movt.:
slow dance with me into the winter,
the dying red of autumn,
unknown bleakness of time.
through lonely roads
past worlds beyond worlds,
hold your hands up to the sun in surrender.
let the light set you on fire —
streaks of gold and yellow,
and a hope that never dies.
for once was not enough.
and the season of new beginnings has passed.
we never made it out of there —
the world made of yellow and ashes — we never did.
and you don’t even know.
winter has come, torn through our oasis.
be still, love, not afraid.
and slow dance with me.