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I Stared Into Our Lord's Dead Eyes & God’s Dead Eyes

I Stared Into Our Lord's Dead Eyes
by Charles E S Fairey


I stared into our Lord's dead eyes
I became the receptacle for his wisdom
I saw the real truth beyond the world's lies 
And became part of his chosen few's templar kingdom

In his eyes I saw just a man yet the waye
I saw that I too was my own temple true
I heard the truths of what tongues seldom say
The entire stream into me flowed every symbolic clue

I stared into our Lord's dead eyes
And the Johannite tradition became mine 
I saw all of those thieves and their jealous cries 
But ascended upward seven stars did shine

I saw that to have faith in a man but not thy self
Was not the waye of what came in the beginning and before
Otherwise we are just books never read upon an empty shelf
But before I walked on I had read the whole of the library and its lore

I stared into our Lord's dead eyes
And realised I was part of his never-ending phantasm
I saw the darkness and who it ties chains and buys
Those unworthy who had come before and fallen into cataclysm

For to be faithful and true to the soul was the key
To be true to the self and to be I Am and Be
For to be believed did not matter one drop in the infinite sea
And those washed upon the shore dead and lonely
Their evil tongues would never speak again of jealousy
For What the Lord had given and done for me
For I had stared into our Lord's dead eyes
And now they are mine!



God’s Dead Eyes
by Charles E S Fairey 


I stared into Your dark black empty eyes 
And asked if this was You, God? 
Was this my Lord of the Dance of Kings 
To who the world reverently sings and sings, 
All I saw was Death, my friend 
The man I see every day beyond the end! 

I stared into Your dark black empty eyes 
And asked if this was You, God? 
Took Your skull and bones across sea and land 
Yet not once have I seen your guiding hand 
Only Death’s and his embrace 
And the teachings of what I shall face. 

I stared into Your dark black empty eyes 
And asked if this was You, God? 
Into Oblivion I have seen me, my own 
Yet not You Oh Lord, just empty bone 
Are You really dead, and You and Your Mother 
Really really Death, if so, I Am Your Brother! 

I stared into Your dark black empty eyes 
And asked if this was You, God? 
The Real World, The Real Another 
The deathly veil unveiled, the Truth to uncover 
That Death is You and mine eternal lover 
This vessel fearfully in Your presence shudders. 

I stared into Your dark black empty eyes 
And asked if this was You, God? 
Am I not De Fere the fairest of eye 
The man with the secret who shalt never die? 
Faithful and True if they only ever knew 
Yet the World, Oblivion, Death, 
He’s really, really, just me and You, 
Unto my dying final breath 
I’ll be with You infinitely too, 
I stared into Your dark black empty eyes 
And asked if this was You, God?


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