Jeffe Ovie

Knockin’ On Heaven’s Book

On heaven’s book
You go knocking
With hope to enter
A merciful piece,
A paradise' place
Which would avoid
All evil’s faces
Settled as a hook.
Such place doesn’t exist
And it will be vain
To knock at any doors,
Thinking that behind,
Heaven and Hell
Can be separated,
Can be isolated.
Such place doesn’t exist.
As long as there is
Night gloom then day light,
Heaven and Hell
Are from the same material.
The two sides
Of one single whole.
Heaven as Hell
Exist only in us even,
Deep in our heart.
The battle settles there,
And nowhere else.

On heaven’s book
You go knocking
With hope to enter
A peaceful land.
and this land does exist.
Its name is
And it’s made
Of the same material
Than Heaven and Hell:

Note: dedicated to Shashendra Amalshan's poem 'The Devil's hook and the Heaven’s book'

Submitted: Monday, June 22, 2009

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  • Rookie Shashendra Amalshan (6/28/2009 5:11:00 AM)

    hello sir! ! ! !

    wow this is a great write indeed! ! ! better than my one.. hey i write to express my feelings more than anything...
    but this is a great one, this interesting and at the same time, very thought provoking... well
    the best way is to make this world a heaven! ! ! .... yet it is easier said than done though...

    great write sir! ! ! ! 10+++

    with love shan! ! (Report) Reply

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