Lee Mack

(Shelbyville Kentucky)

Grace in Thought and Spirit Silenced xx xxx xx Original 04 02 2013


Lee B. Mack

Joppa, Maryland 21085






GRACE SILENCED IN
THOUGHT AND SPIRIT:


The supernatural thinks
Streams of magnetic love
Powers intuitive darkness
In the rightness that light
Excuses reveals faith to faith
The mind of man the heart
Of woman magnetizes space
And composes –time to lust
Time to use desire to change
Electrodes spice bland repose
Lifting up from death’s worthy
Throes - so at rest then let go
Arms reach with soul - grabs
A-hold to poetry’s imaginings
Force attracts a form of prose
Compels hearers of words
Having not spirit loved but by
Love –the secret love I choose.











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Lee Mack copyright 2009. ISBN # 0615318347. Reproduce with permission only.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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