World of Words with Elias Tobias is copyrighted © 1998-2001 by Michael Hall.
A Juicy Poem
The eyes delight in the flavor of the words, and the flowing juice of the images creates a new feeling never known before. The peeling, which is really the most nutritious part, need to be carefully removed before the true meaning can be digested. A refreshing smile appears after eating the poetry snack which is short, relaxing and delicious.
Woman, You Put a Spell on Me
Woman, you put a spell on me And there’s nothing else to see Except for the vision of you. Your big brown eyes aimed Straight and pierced my soul. Thoughts of you are all I know. I never heard the words you said, But your curse affects my life In everything I do and say. I have to have you everyday. Your beauty is a mystery. Where did you come from? I saw you first in the dark, And then you took my heart. Woman, you put a spell on me And there’s nothing else to see Except for the vision of you.
Two cold candles, one slightly larger than the other, are placed together, side by side, through the hands of heaven. The flames from the different candles ignite and grow taller, brighter, and sometimes they become one unified flame. As time continues, the melted wax created from the heat merges the two candles and the flames stay as one. A breeze blows, threatening the fire's effects, but the strength of the flame is hot enough to withstand any threat to extinguish it. When the candles are exhausted, many more sets of candles are ignited from their everlasting fire.