I Said - Poem by Alexander Coppedge
I said there is a voice, it in thunder:
God good statement to angel heart.
I said there is life, it within the wind: duties is to patrol the earth.
I said to you, shadow entities were family: some buried some still alive.
I said they are our guardians and kin:
elders who governs our lives.
I said there is a call, out for battle:
innocent man: killed under right.
I said not many answered its cry: got to go work, make money or nice.
I said life has aim, for righteousness: the division of heaven and hell.
I said to you its worth, it not for us to die: us to be the truth of God words.
I said my prayers, unto the heavens:
my confession of fallen defeats.
I said to myself, its time for me to be silent, I to say nothing: then, I winked.
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