Parsifal's Perfect Poetry

Parsifal's Perfect Poetry

Introduction

It is great to be able to come back to you with still yet another new book. This one Parsifal's Perfect Poetry was one of my earlier ones with writings going back to 1985 with a fresh revisit of my school days and an emphasis on time being my major priority at the time and so it was with heavy worries about how long I would live I started learning to write poetry with rhyming words in rhyming couplets and was hard at it learning in the process as I discovered my own ability and a certain gift or talent that I had in that the writing of poetry came easy to me. It is good to look back down along the track of where I have come from then and how my writing skills have develeoped with a few newer poems in this book as well, but I was really feeling my way with no idea where it would lead me and to what exetent I would be able to take in intop the future from then. Now in hindsight I have been able to achieve quite a lot with 20 books written in the last 5-6 years including General Literatue, but it was with poetry that was my first love and that dominated my time and effort in the 1980''s and 1990's and still carry's on into today. It has been a labour of love as I said and it has not been invane after writing for so long with never thinking that I would actually be published, I have by now developed a large poetry and literature website that will be there in years to come and hopefully leaving behind a legacy that lives on forever. Parsifal's Perfect Poetry is a simple example of what perfection looks like and while perfection is a hard call at anytime and we people too often try to complicate things in order to be more intelligent or have a higher disposition and moral outlook, it is always best to keep things simple and to try and maintain that point of view. The Bible is full of Jesus words, who was a kind and humble man, of a simple lifestyle and as he said he was perfect and he died on a cross for that legacy. I am hoping that the salvation of the years is not too hard for him to keep up with and manage and that my work willl not be a burden to the legacy of what it is, but a fresh and encouraging hope towards the future of what eternal life looks like now 2,000 years down the track. God is still a good and rewarding model to fashion my work on his contempory and flambouyant lifestyle of being unpredictable and self motivated in the challenge to succeed and win. Freedom does come at a price though and I am still happy to be able to offer my work at no cost to you the reader, but bare the pain and suffering myself, of the shame and glory, whatever which way it may be and I look to God who provides and blesses me in all my work and endeavours, in all I try to achieve and accomplish, for what might be something delightful and hopefully heavenly for you to read. The perfect poetry has been being perfected, but is always perfecting until perfect poetry. I hope that you can understand the ambiguity. Please take some time to read and enjoy Parsifal's Perfect Poetry and I hope that it blesses you to.To Him be the glory and forever and ever, Thanks God. Amen.

Your's Truly. Darel McAllister.