Clairvoyant’s Predictions-Nostradamus

Nostradamus

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nostradamus

A clairvoyant’s predictions of gloom

and doom to a world of turmoil, waiting

for change and of times that past with

great accuracy, this man of the 16th

century counselled the Medici’s and

predicted for Kings and Queens their

future reigns.

 

He walked in the shadows while stars

fell open to his thoughts and cast some

mighty gloom of times present and past

as the stars aligned, between Scorpio and

Sagittarius he saw with saddened eye the

fate of mankind and penned with quill of

black ink and pain, under candle light of

dim melting vales that let him see through,

for a mere pittance in time.

 

A modest man of means, yet

touched by a supreme being of

intelligence and predictions, to

foretell the future of mankind as

it traveled through the ages of

building and destruction.

 

The time has now come to venture

into the unknown of my future goals

and dreams, as years go by and leave

me in the shallow of life’s bitter pill,

to take in desperation of hope.

 

Thankful for being blessed thus far

with friends and writers with wise

and sweet fragrance, words of praise

and kindness blown into my soul

with a gentleness that leaves me

quickened, sad and yet in awe of

fellow scribe’s generosity, given

to a humble writer of verse and prose.

 

I pray that Nostradamus predictions

don’t come with haste, in this twenty

first of centuries, to mankind’s wayward

ways on planet earth and galaxies

beyond his imagination.

 

Let us heal earth and save the species

that live within our world and bring

peace to peoples to stop all wars and

end the famine and disease plaguing

our earth.

 

Let not a soothsayer prediction from

years gone by be our demise, but

change the path of self-destruction

and take the high road of healing

our hearts, souls, minds and bodies.

 

Yet open our eyes and clearly see we

are all one, connected to the cord of

life not to be cut loose from one

another, but live in harmony and

peace in this garden of life.

 

I leave you now as the sunset sets it’s

shadow casting over my life and leads

me into a deep sleep of yearning for

the other side of Scorpio.

 

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Vincent Moore

Vincent Moore

Vincent Moore pens his thoughts about many things and has a style all his own. Sometimes, he parties with words excessively and it becomes necessary to publish quickly lest his work be lost in the dark corners of his room or his mind. Vincent will lead you into mysterious worlds that are strange yet somehow familiar, worlds that will leave you unsettled and breathless for more.

He was born and raised in Montreal Canada among the Irish, Brits, Italians and French. Point St Charles (commonly called The Point) was the Hell’s kitchen of Montreal. He played, cried, laughed and fought on the street corners, survival was an instinct and watching each others back important. Vincent left home at 17 to find his way in the world, failure and success he had plenty of. He studied the Arts and loved to draw and paint. Took acting lessons and envied those on the stage under the bright lights and hoped to some day become an actor, writer, playwright or painter. Vincent welcomes you to his world of mystery, fantasy and solitude. You can find a few of his writings in one of 3 books he's published.In Absinthia- In Melancholia and In Passionata.
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Vincent Moore

Vincent Moore pens his thoughts about many things and has a style all his own. Sometimes, he parties with words excessively and it becomes necessary to publish quickly lest his work be lost in the dark corners of his room or his mind. Vincent will lead you into mysterious worlds that are strange yet somehow familiar, worlds that will leave you unsettled and breathless for more. He was born and raised in Montreal Canada among the Irish, Brits, Italians and French. Point St Charles (commonly called The Point) was the Hell’s kitchen of Montreal. He played, cried, laughed and fought on the street corners, survival was an instinct and watching each others back important. Vincent left home at 17 to find his way in the world, failure and success he had plenty of. He studied the Arts and loved to draw and paint. Took acting lessons and envied those on the stage under the bright lights and hoped to some day become an actor, writer, playwright or painter. Vincent welcomes you to his world of mystery, fantasy and solitude. You can find a few of his writings in one of 3 books he's published. In Absinthia- In Melancholia and In Passionata.

6 thoughts on “Clairvoyant’s Predictions-Nostradamus

  • September 22, 2018 at 12:47 AM
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    He was a most afflicted Man, Nostradamus, but so many of his predictions have come to pass. All I can say is that no prediction is ever certain, so let’s hope his visions don’t come to pass. Well penned as always Vincent. Cheers!

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    • September 22, 2018 at 6:23 AM
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      Thank you Tony, indeed he was a most afflicted man as are those like him who have visions, nobody wants to believe, no matter what century your from, there will always be skepticism. I agree lets hope that his later visions do not come to pass. Yet, we all know we are on an eventual collision with apocalypse, it’s just a matter of time my friend.

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  • September 22, 2018 at 2:03 AM
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    Very nicely penned piece, Vincent. Nostradamus was a complex man with the gift of sight. I enjoyed reading this. I would categorize it as an epistle rather than free verse. Take care.

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    • September 22, 2018 at 6:24 AM
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      Thank you Tony, he was a complex man indeed. I agree since this piece is in somewhat letter form, I’ve changed the category to an epistle, thank you for the advice my friend. Take care.

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  • September 22, 2018 at 4:02 AM
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    As a young boy the first time I ever heard or read anything about Nostradamus I become fascinated in the man, the myth, and the legend. Wonderful read Vincent about one who has always held my interest.

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    • September 22, 2018 at 6:25 AM
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      Thank you Kurt, yes he was a fascinating man and mythical to many. I am glad he held your interest, he’s held mine for years my friend.

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