On the Brink of Never

On the Brink of Never The Ancient Maya Had A Rich Mythology Their Religious Beliefs Included The Notion That The World Would End On December , For Reasons Best Known To Themselves, Hordes Of Modern Folk Have Converted To This Ancient Religion If Belief Sustains The Existence Of Gods, As Some Have Suggested, Then Perhaps It Also Sustains The Validity Of Prophecy I Hope Not Because If Belief Alone Can Make Prophecy Real, Millions And Millions Of Lapsed Abrahamic Religionists May Have Doomed The Rest Of Us To Extinction Along With Themselves Nice Going Guys In A Spirit Of Hopelessness And Despair, Engendered By The Realization That A Boatload Of Gullible Fools Are Taking Us With Them Into Oblivion, We Offer The Following Tribute I Don T Know What Day You Bought This Book, But Just In Case Read Fast David C Kopaska Merkel, Terra, Year N The Look In Your Wife S Eyes,and Her Courage As She Turns Off The TV, Forcing Smilesas She Calls The Children To Come Down And Playtheir Favorite Board Game, After The Confirmed Reportthat Dawn Will Never Come Again From The Important Things By Marcie Lynn Tentchoff

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  • Paperback
  • 64 pages
  • On the Brink of Never
  • David C. Kopaska-Merkel
  • English
  • 16 July 2017

7 thoughts on “On the Brink of Never

  1. says:

    I m enjoying this collection of apocalyptic poetry very much Who knew there were so many facets to the Apocalypse On the Brink of Never, compiled by David C Kopaska Merkel, is a collection of apocalyptic poetry written by various authors Kopaska Merkel himself, Jennifer Schwabach, Jaime Lee Moyer, Marcie Lynn Tentchoff, Terrie Leigh Relf, Marsheila Rockwell and Samantha Henderson.Do you have any idea how many ways the world can end or when And what happens afterwards These questions are explored in this slim volume and each poem brings a little surprise This is the blurb The ancient Maya had a rich mythology Their religious beliefs included the notion that the world would end on December 21, 2012 For reasons best known to themselves, hordes of modern folk have converted to this ancient religion If belief sustains the existence of gods, as some have suggested, then perhaps it also sustains the validity of prophecy I hope not Because if belief alone can make prophecy real, millions and millions of lapsed Abrahamic religionists may have doomed the rest of us to extinction along with themselves Nice going guys In a spirit of hopelessness and despair, engendered by the realization that a boatload of gullible fools are taking us with them into oblivion, we offer the following tribute I don t know what day you bought this book, but just in case read fast David C Kopaska Merkel, Terra, Year N 2The authors form a group, encouraged by Mikal Trimm strangely absent among those represented in the collection , called the Hitting the Muse group As explained in the Foreword, they encourage one another to write and give critique to hone their craft Most of the poems collected are a direct result of this fellowship.Gathered within is an apocalyptic lullaby the earth will moan and scream, my loveling, and heave, and crack in fissures deep , a love testament And we stand together As we always have, Watching while the sky falls , the sun personified My birth spawned yours likewise, my death Our love began with an explosion , the olympic gods London, 2012 Apollo s first arrow took out The entire upper tier Of Lord s Grand Stand , quite realistic blame laying We ve fouled our nest for centuries, Done exactly as we please, Our misdeeds now have come to bite us , zombies and I exhaled with relief, believing the zombie infestation had devoured the entire chorus , remembering what s important Your daughter s last ballet recital, Your son s first real grownup party , extinction on another planet Rescue is not Coming, not now Too far away Supplies short , death by comet It missed us by than 200,000 miles Missed us, but hit the moon , post apocalyptic life Reality bites, I think, but don t say while a few folks share stale peanut butter They say, remember, and I try to see the world s ending through the eyes of people like my parents, who survived and many, many .Some favorites of mine include Fate by Jaime Lee Moyer, The Sun God BidsFarewell to His Lover and When the Comet Came by Marsheila Rockwell, naturally The Sign Read Post Apocalyptic Choir Seeking New Members by Terrie Leigh Relf, Spring by Jennifer Schwabach, David C Kopaska Merkel s Keepin On and A Wink Of TheFurther Eye , and Marcie Lynn Tentchoff s Remembrance Day.There are serious poems and touching poems, poems to ponder and poems to chuckle over amazingly , so there is something for everyone, I dare say I received a.pdf version of this for review, so I can say nothing about the physical volume.

  2. says:

    There were some poems in this collection that were a little awkward for me But on the whole, I enjoyed reading this collection of poetry They were pre, during and post apocalyptic And though they were not all one storyline, they were like snapshots at the end of the world that when put together created a story about the life at the end of the world.

  3. says:

    An Anthology of Apocalyptic Poetry One of my favorite writers, Terrie Leigh Relf, has poems in this book my favorite is Habitats for Humanity I also found a new poet to like Jaime Lee Moyer Fate and End of the World This anthology also has poems by such famous authors as David C Kopaska Merkel and Marcie Lynn Tentchoff,

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