Thanks to Paul Scribbles of Poet’s Pub for hosting the #dVerse prompt on “the end.”
“The end is never the end. It’s always the the beginning of something.” ― Kate Lord Brown, The Perfume Garden
There once was a beginning, but for us, I think;
We never were, until we were, created in a blink.
Once upon a time there was the Word,
The Word was God; It was with Him to be heard.
All was darkness but the Word was the light
The Word was the cure, it was omniscient insight.
Every spark becomes darkness, but His fire brings dawn.
In the first beginning, his light lit uncountable sparks,
That eternal, all-knowing ‘start’ burning through the dark.
Where beginnings take place; journeys are revealed,
Where life is born, ideas form, the masked are unconcealed.
Beginings that inspire and conspire to grow and leap,
Sparks choosing to expire, or to burn on in the deep.
There is the ‘lighter’ of the spark and the ‘spark’ itself;
Knowledge too that sparks turned cinders, have eternal help.
Every spark become darkness, but His spark brings dawn.
Who knows of endings but that they’re already won,
The ‘Candle-snuffer’ futile fights, his end already come.
He decided his ending forever, when our spark was new,
He’s the one temptation slithered, damnation to all construed.
The eternal light is present, no cinders who ask will end up ash,
Faith is fuel that forever burns, so the term ‘end’ has passed.
Every spark becomes darkness, but His spark brings dawns.
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