Athena Goddess of Wisdom Lumis Light to all


Athena Goddess of Wisdom Lumis Light to all Poems

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2. Here Is My Story, Here Is My Tell, Here Is My Myth 2/10/2009
3. Destiny 2/10/2009
4. All Paths Lead To The Same Goal 2/10/2009
5. “ecce In Deserto” 4/30/2009
6. Was Unterschiedet 4/30/2009
7. Whispers Of Heavenly Death 4/30/2009
8. God Help! 6/22/2009
9. What Is Life Without Love? 11/13/2009
10. The World Spins 11/13/2009
11. A Mother 11/13/2009
12. To See A World 11/13/2009
13. The World Is Changing 11/13/2009
14. Seek Counsel 11/13/2009
15. I Have Nothing… 11/13/2009
16. Desert Spirit 11/13/2009
17. Lean On Jesus 11/13/2009
18. Do Not Fear 11/13/2009
19. Do You See What I See? 11/13/2009
20. From The Past To The Future 11/13/2009
21. Hope Is 11/13/2009
22. I Am Alone (Part One) 11/13/2009
23. I Am Alone (Part Two) 11/13/2009
24. I Am The 11/13/2009
25. I Have Come… 11/13/2009
26. I Have Come From The Sea To Seek… 11/13/2009
27. Listen To The Exhortation Of The Dawn! 11/13/2009
28. My Anger Controls Me 11/13/2009
29. Those Who Love And Those Who Labor 11/13/2009
30. He Said 11/16/2009
31. With Out 11/17/2009
32. Song Of Freedom 12/14/2009
33. Sympathy To A Friend 3/20/2010
34. Danger My Husband 3/20/2010
35. Happiness Is 11/17/2009
36. To Have A Chair 11/13/2009
37. My Name Is Qalme-Tari 11/13/2009
38. Fear Not 11/13/2009
39. A Poet’s Song 11/13/2009
40. God Made Friends 11/13/2009
Best Poem of Athena Goddess of Wisdom Lumis Light to all

Nature Destroys Nature

Nature destroys Nature in storms and earthquakes
Man destroys man on the battlefield
And man destroys Nature because of the blood that they shed
Sinks, to the center of the Earth
Man destroys Nature far more worse
Than Nature destroys it’s self

Therefore we must do
What we can
To save Nature
Before it’s completely destroyed
And therefore,
Leaving us with nothing to cherish.

I am Qalme Tari Mistress of Death Nat. Norville.
Cretics Welcome

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As The Traveler

As the traveler,
Who has once
Been from home
Is wiser
Than he
Who has never left
His own doorstep.

So a knowledge
Of one other culture
Should sharpen our ability
To scrutinize more steadily,
To appreciate more lovingly,
Our own.

-MARGARET MEAD

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