Treasure Island

Michael Hopkins


I Heard This Day The Sound of Angels


I heard this day the sound of angels.
They spoke to me and said.
Now is the time of a great awakening for Mankind.
Now is a time of dreams fulfilled.
Now is the time for Man to take responsibility for not just himself, but for all forms of life living upon your planet.
Now is the time of renewal and enlightenment.
Now is the time of lovely creations that last through the ages.
Now, have we time to awaken to the reality of You.
You uncumbered by the dark sides of human emotion.
Uncumbered by the worst that has found a home within your humanities.
Now, is a time of the liberation and expression of what is best within the human spirit.
Now, is it time.
Time joins with the timeless and when the two collide.
There comes forth a new creation.
A joyous creation directed by Love and its' minyans.
That day is at hand and that day is now.
So, now come with us to today.
Come to the Present.
Leave the pain and sorrows of the past behind.
And walk into the joy of living in the now.
Now, is it time.
Now, have you arrived.
Now.

Submitted: Friday, February 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, February 22, 2013
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I wrote this poem on May 1st and published it on May 12,2012

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  • Tanya Engel (2/22/2013 2:30:00 AM)

    IMAGINE IF WE ALL LIVED OUR LIFE LIKE THIS... WHAT AN AMAZING PLACE THIS WOULD BE... BEAUTIFUL WRITE (Report) Reply

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