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Lee Mack

Rookie - 652 Points (Shelbyville Kentucky)

America is a Tree of Life xx xxx xx Improvisation 07 21 2014


Improvisation 07 21 2014
Original 07 20 2014





AMERICA IS A TREE OF LIFE:


America is a tree of life
Along the way
Rooted in fault lines
Compressed to undermine
Moral architectures
Invisible and divine
Made from seed of natural
Indivisible man
America is a tree of life
For restoration to vine
From undivided truth of idea
Created forever by the grace
Of emotion and truth in fruit
Revealed - in magic knowing
Faith unabashedly witnesses
To testimony on equalities
Inevitably attributable
To undivided man -convert
Fruits of flesh weakened by
Dubiousness of telepathy and
The shrink of phobias - the
Waste of law and recompense
Corporate greed of interest
Innovates to waste the soul
Of service labor and benefit
Oh how for rest pray for faith
In grace and right belief
In the divine-science of DNA
Metadata my dear sister Warren
Are facts of irreverence for
Interest on mortgages on Trade
Free Zones and sharecropper barns...
Moral pillars invisible and divine.



(Lee B. Mack, Know the Truth, copyright 2009. ISBN # 0615318347.

Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2014
Edited: Monday, December 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: trees


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trees of life... plant - fish - animate
neighbors die of clinical poverty pets die of age

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