Waterfall

Stepping from my soul holding embrace seconds fall to hours speechless
tears before the fears don’t loose my love see me here waterfall
take your pain throw it away feel the light in the eyes of God
lighting candles of faith mother ease the fear vacant of thoughts trembling
coming to patience clear faith of the unknown words crumble bleed away our minds
sorrow of the fallen for freedom take stand no suffering no more
take another step my way the road breaks away communicate
you are never alone we have love seedlings grow the future in our ways
love more.

© Nicholas Leslie 2015

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Medieval Values

Medieval values have no place in modern society, the United Kingdom you will be shocked to hear the last man hanged was in 1964 and seems in the 16th & 17th Century we were drowning women to see if they were witches. If western society stopped persecuting minorities there would be no terrorism war breeds war and the belief that the war on terror is underlining cover for ethnic cleansing. Well now the minorities are now fast becoming the majority and educated able to create there own ideas of community.

To the fact that Mohammed recognized Jesus as a valued prophet why the fact that we fight over religion the same values of peace love and understanding are foundations of all religions. We are not at the world of peace we should be mostly breed ed from ignorance and fear that is seeded through all media dedicated to keep the common man common and in fear. Do not force your views on anyone think respect and try to understand. We can achieve peace.   

 

Nicholas Leslie 2015

I.

I need you as the day flows a new somewhere there is a tear for you
I cried my soul as God sent his strength to me to love you once again
I never alone hold my hand to see the shores of the dreams you hold
I see you upon the daybreak birds singing the new day we have our way
I never lied to you upon the wish of love I never leave the path of light
I to hold you tell the world that your mine kissing on the mount of dreams
I.

 © Nicholas Leslie 2015

Say Something

Say Something running into the night death breathing down on me you have been my passion this feels like holding panic my junkie sheer white lies torn our miracle hold me tight

one step to the light never to late humming the words never said to late falling crystal memory’s separate paths others collided perpetual orbits our moon star shine shadows your eyes

just to late I am passing to atoms once more ashes to dust blowing in the breeze falling as snow come winter a rapture breaking waves on your shore this feels we meet in other worlds I love you

we are all the beautiful creation this is the miracle of life our life your life
this is never over where could you be holding the dancing light fought over aeon sequences acceptance my love in your hands.

© Nicholas Leslie 2014 – 2015 wishing you a peaceful new year

Set

Crisp blue cold sky under the shadows of the bare trees sleeping winters days
sound of the starlings flight sparrows sing the new day we walk this way
evaporating thoughts in the minds of our childish thoughts an age of dawning

we of soil atoms of mud a revolutionist in these women’s eyes the bells ring out for us
sing the soul in the new light of man we are betrayed by compliance what have we today
our lands are on the distant curvature of this beautiful Earth in communication of passing

beneath the feet of God together by day light our time is here now and nevermore
in wars we collide to darkness to the pit of nothingness of no escape time to take
hearing you say why there is no sound atmospheres we feel never ending hope this moment

now wake minds to the new age upon giving we have love we share open your feelings
ourselves dreaming this reality days long the candle burns to the wick tonight we are alive
I am your soul mate lost on confusion this winters day. 

© Nicholas Leslie 2014

Almost

Walking sunsets sand of time beneath the feet of man following the calling beyond the mists falling across the horizons in the minds of our souls follow me to the dawn blazing the skies of vapor falling to each and everyone finding our love once more shatters in glass hearts never the end of life let go say help me from the darkness praise the light holding you warm softly nurture caring feel me

I to never loosing you the found chosen we together shades of rainbows dance your eyes
beneath trees of forever circles in seasons forty six orbits life giving sun we came here together pathways give way untrodden ground country of the gods endless sky I find you
peace at last of no distance flight of the great eagles angels of nature our protection of the cold winds in calling upon me in hazed lighting strikes we meet

do not in speech touch my warn skin old this day holding atoms the substance of God that binds melting on the bed of roses of no thorns we feel the essence of life without scars
body’s blazing to set free my beloved what has become of us all falling in trenches of demons turn round our minds nothing no angel will fear to walk my mind as we need peace this day.

© Nicholas Leslie 2014

Our Church Mother Earth

We are all Children of the Light, What have we learned resources will come to an end as we are now understanding as we fantasies about conquering new worlds to exploit the universes in our grasp we will never find what we have now and able to save, But our kind are to busy wagering wars on each other more or less through religion and perverse translation of profits as we forget the core of any religion is peace, love and understanding. Fundamentally the cause is lack of education and the ability and lack of empathy with our own people.

Society has always given control and power to perceived intelligence of the higher classes who only maintain status through wealth of monetary value and this is not to say that they are our betters. Some very wide rational thinking needs to be achieved to help our Mother Earth a unity of all people under a planetary body of rule that involves all. Sadly this will never be achieved and the human race will be the endangered species.

Nicholas Leslie 2014