Alkalizing Spirit, a poem by Scott Thomas Outlar at
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Alkalizing Spirit

Alkalizing Spirit

written by: Scott Thomas Outlar



Pineal gazing
to quiet the mind
and usher consciousness
toward a single point
of higher awareness

beyond the frantic process
of thinking in circles
petting the ego
and arguing with self
until silence eventually
wins center stage

Solitary excursion
into the depths
offers expansion
outside the boundaries
of time and space

The empty void
of dark entropy
when followed along
a narrow path
explodes into light

as the soul dissolves
back into alignment
with source

Scott Thomas Outlar

Scott Thomas Outlar

Scott Thomas Outlar is originally from Atlanta, Georgia. He now lives and writes in Frederick, Maryland. He is the author of seven books, and his work has been nominated multiple times for both the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net. He guest-edited the Hope Anthology of Poetry from CultureCult Press as well as the 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022 Western Voices editions of Setu Mag. He has been a weekly contributor at Dissident Voice for the past eight years. Selections of his poetry have been translated into Afrikaans, Albanian, Azerbaijani, Bengali, Cherokee, Dutch, French, Hindi, Italian, Kurdish, Malayalam, Persian, Serbian, and Spanish. More about Outlar's work can be found at 17Numa.
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