Rainer Maria Rilke – Austrian German Poet

“Beauty is nothing but the beginning of terror.” Born December 4th, 1875 and died December 29th, 1926. Rilke was a mystical poet deeply entranced by his passion for the correlation between writing of the deeper life. One may state that the work of Rainer Maria Rilke lends an esoteric education by means of reading his … Continue reading Rainer Maria Rilke – Austrian German Poet

Mile Upon Mile of a Fossil Fueled Asphalt Road

Mile Upon Mile of a Fossil Fueled Asphalt Road by John G. Evans © 2020 Mirage upon steam-fed mirage gather distance to nowhere; that is, except within my frenzied mind of no-more tolerance. The terror strikes here. A mind mingled with stone from too many years I’d spent alone. But rhyme has no closeness here. … Continue reading Mile Upon Mile of a Fossil Fueled Asphalt Road

A Suffering Tribute from the Fingerprints of God

A Suffering Tribute from the Fingerprints of God by John Evans Suffering, is it sadness? Or, is it pain? Pain, as 240 days plus measured from too many combat scenarios through forests and trees? Shell shock, or PTSD? Suffering, is it misery? Or, is it stains? Stains, from my tarnished soul walking in too many … Continue reading A Suffering Tribute from the Fingerprints of God