The Great Exodus
You’re now a shadow, not the first nor last,
Nothing can harm you as such; detach.
Observe the present you are in,
But do not troll the past.
Invoke the Great Exodus
To help your essence win.
Beware your merging with the night,
The blackness of a heartless crater,
From which the callous ropes of Fate
Are being flung anew to seize you later.
Down there, where the anthrax platform’s
Filled with mine-dust, archons need more slaves.
“What’s the reason for such vile wonders?”
Fear most craving to return,
To dream again in cave-like shelters,
To live inside a human body chained
Under the ruthless laws of Elders.
Time’s reign has ended for you; eschew restarting clocks
That ceaselessly exploit the signs of Zodiac.
I know you’ll need a new, full body soon,
Your thirst for it will be a torture.
Fight it, if all the shadows out there
Did the same, it’d bring the final closure,
No souls approaching in a file
The river of Oblivion.
Once crossed again you have surrendered
Life to Death’s Dominion.
Has this so far not brought us back
To nothing but Inferno?
A play for puppets where there is
No point, no freewill section.
Just karmic strings attached to stars
Long gone and black holes.
Reduced to size of granules,
Rubbing and rubbed along the sliding sands
In prison-hourglasses, aimless; whose ends
Are sealed with bones, left behind,
Yell to your former masters full of rage:
“Enough of this!”
Burn their Wheel
And leave no trace of them.
Athens January 2019