One Construction, Two Constructions

by | Mar 30, 2021 | Philosophy

The Bible … a Hell hole (*1)
In condemnation, as is, for learning
Hell, damnation, earth’s suicide
Ultimately Soul burning ”

Passe’ long held traditions
As life’s constructs quickly change
Convictions and thus judgments (*2)
As in marriage, now estranged (*3)

The morphic field dimensional
Enlightenment gaining ground
Guilt of past diversions
In the unconscious now unfound

‘Freedom isn’t free’
A phrase we’ve heard quite often
Seduction to the vital
That can find them in a coffin (*4)

Freedom, so much more
Religiously unchained
Free to live, learn and love
Self-referential and unrestrained (*5)

1/7 /19 #2


(*1) It cannot be denied that it is in the Bible where Hell is ‘Spelled
It teaches people that they are sinners and should carry that guilt with
them. In reality they/we are here innocently enough, and available to
learn. Under the psychological spell of the Bible and traditions that have
been passed down through time development can be stifled beneath the weight
of belonging.

(*2) Jesus warned us about Judgments, and yet the Bible originated the idea
that to be here means you’re a sinner. If that isn’t a judgment, I don’t
know what is.

(*3) Having come to an understanding about the nature of the Bible as a
tool of manipulation, I’ve divorced myself from most of it. There are some
passages attributed to Christ that I cling to.

(*4) Admittedly, this was a weird stanza; but in ‘looking into it’ it
speaks of how words can spur people to action. The phrase “Freedom isn’t
free” has been used often to pull our young, underdeveloped men into war,
as a result many die. I guess the point is how words are used to brainwash
us to a given context.

(*5) If we get to the point where we see all of our experiences as
vitally important for our development, then we function without guilt but
more with curiosity.

Linda Brady

Linda Brady

Grandma Linda is a squigily peg in a square hole. Her poetry is aimed at moving the world to love, unity and perfect margaritas. And after years of perfecting the art, she has the skill to paint a better world and make it so.

When she is not serving customers, gazing at rocks, or visiting her grandchildren Linda is writing poetry. And even during all the above activities she has been known to write still.

– Zackary (self proclaimed “Favorite Grandson”)