Michael Hopkins


A Moment Of Liberation


Let not the outside

Distract you

No more

Rather

Feel that joy within

Which bubbles up

From an undefined

Source

Bubbles up naturally

As a spring from

Deep within the Earth

Yet

This joy is not just of this Earth

But

A joy

That comes from a place

Deep within yourself

A place unguarded

Fully accessable

The watchman has left

Due to the billance

Of a Light

Now

The cells of the human body

Sing with joy

The heart awakens

And

Is enlivened

Peace is at hand

And

A lion speaks

To a lamb

Angels speak to one another

As the Earth responds

A chorus begins

A song sung in the freedom

Of

A moment of liberation

Unite

A union is formed

Hearts sing out

A song of Love

Heaven and Earth respond

And Peace

Prevails for this moment

As joy returns

As God and Man

Unite

And

Be as one

In

Love.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Edited: Saturday, September 07, 2013

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Note: This poem was written on August 23,2013 and published for the first time today here on my blog.

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  • Rookie - 10 Points Michael Hopkins (9/17/2013 9:13:00 AM)

    Dear Words' Knight:

    That is my intention. I am very aware of the proper use of puntuation. I have chosen to have a cerain style that is flowing or uninterupted. If i were an English Teacher this would be unacceptable. My poetry is written from a place of creativity in which I have the freedom to write my own rules and I do.

    So rule number one is: Throw out all puntuation.

    Rule nuber 2: Be ready to deal with the critics.

    Thanbks for your comment. i do appreciate that you took the time to write me a messsage.

    Kind regards,
    Mike (Report) Reply

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