Unleash you to paradise

Give me your ears
let me tell you a secret
that will trigger your senses
enlighten your thoughts
arouse your appetite
and open your eyes.

Give me your eyes
let me remove the speck
that prevents you
from seeing paradise
wide and clear;
thereby corrupting your mind.

Give me your mind
let me format its memory
roll back the errors
reload a secret
through your ears
and unleash your eyes to paradise.

In Support of Writer’s Island, prompt #25 “Unleash”


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32 thoughts on “Unleash you to paradise

  1. ths is stunnning bwabey …i love it!!

    nd so in lov wt ths stanza…
    xoxoxo!!

    “Give me your mind
    let me format its memory
    roll back the errors
    reload a secret
    through your ears
    and unleash your eyes to paradise.”

  2. I like that last line. Helping someone else on the way to finding paradise is a wonderful aspiration.

    I’m just in from Writer’s Island, nice to find you.

  3. I really enjoyed this and especially loved the last verse.
    Nice writing! and it is good to see you at Writers Island. Nice to meet you. 🙂

  4. Emmanuel, what a wonderful way to introduce yourself to the island. Welcome! Really like the flow of your words and images that invite one to come closer and really look, to see, to hear in new ways.

    Elizabeth

  5. excellent placement of of what paradise implies…paradise is definitely in the eye of the beholder…or should I say the seduced. Very cool write Emmanuel.

  6. ah yes another very beautiful poem crafted by you …. I was invited to writers island have not explored it as yet, but glad you have — I know others will discover the rich and profound thoughts you craft and weave so well.

    Cheers,
    Joanny

    have a nice week end EM

  7. I don’t think we’ve ‘met’ before. Writer’s Island is a great place for inspiration and for meeting new friends. I love your poem, the way you have used a modicum of rhyme and assonance to make it sparkle, and the thought behind it.

    1. I don’t think we’ve met either but meeting you is equally great. I am new to the Island but already having much fun…Thanks for the compliments and I’m glad you enjoyed the poem…Cheers!

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Creative Writing. Philosophical Poetry