A poem by Donny Lee Duke
But in your routine, what is the foundation of the whole thing? It’s that the technology? Can you point to God? What’s happenin’ in your soul’s process with God? Can you get your soul to speak? Why always this: you channel beings of a particular order? Can you grasp the inner voice, hear that on the inside that your record? Definitely more personal, it’s got you at heart, a wide variety of vision. You’re hearin’ it now. Now let me speak some about capital. You are not Nathaniel Hawthorne. I hear no substance in your words. Do you know the power of divine revelation? It knocks you off your feet, shakes you up, makes you confront yourself, and is really, really, poetic, you know? No convulsions needed. We can actually open a gateway in people’s lives to hope and possibility. Wounded by something. Now let’s go to the doctor, and the young body can open now. Closed it, closed it earlier, channeling the soda pop. I’m sorry, that is not your next of kin. I wouldn’t even call it divine. I’m not gonna be used by things that destroy you just tell yourself. Go get the basics a little deep man: we’ve whooped it up on stage. The eve of creation— you’ve hit the run around with a big referral to some starfish. It’s got ears, your soul buddy. You have to ask it for help fervently, ardently. Your soul rises to the surface over many lifetimes. I think you are where it speaks. I offer you solace in the form of understanding. Come with me. Stupid me, I am not a perfected master, not in Realization yet. I’m sorry I sound so heavy, so blow your tops off, so glory in the hole. I get in trouble tryin’ to help. People spit on me the big bad outcast. Oh have I sinned, and so no one lets me speak. Will you?
The stage the poem speaks of Tonight on Television.
I wrote this poem, or my muse did rather, which also serves to introduce the poem I’m currently disseminating, “Tonight on Television”, to a person who channels, Asil Toksal, after watching a video on YouTube where he channels, or says he’s channeling, the archangel Ariel. The video here. I watched the whole video and left this poem both as a comment after it and in an email sent to his site.