Poem By john tiong chunghoo

a force
an unknown force
all the mes
at times
with the mes
out of itself
a diamond
a million sparkles
the rain
falls in
so many ways
slow, fast, slanted
big, small,
hot, cold, warm
solid, liquid
dancing down
the sky
rains down
on me
in so many ways
god, demons
a spectrum
of me
that sometimes
got lost
in all the mes
i walk through
all the mes
the same fashion
like the rain
slow, fast, warm, cold, hot, ....
at times listening
to that voice
that speaks from the mind
on its own
i reckon that's god
the only constant
in the vast space
of the mind
space a projection of mind
from there me
savour all the rain
washed down on me
mind where the almighty
rains down on me
with many mes
teaching me one or two things
to prevent me
from getting lost

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