Louie Levy

(1926 / N.Y.C; NY USA)

Love, Be a Spiritual, Living Revelation


Earth hath no remorse for its own terror,
likened upon for the human drilling of its
death laden black sap, making fools of their
feeble science, having done no more than
the atom denting of its crust...

Be they must, war, likened the lunacy of
moon to play with ocean tide, lands belching
of indigestion, puked upon all existing,
showing no bias or prejudice from within its
unpredictable wake...

When will we not see so blindly that all
terror be myopically ill, contaminating
without self immunity, less we deal
empathetically with our ignorance and
hypocritical solutions for peace...

With Love immortal, help enlighten a
darkened awakening, invalidating prophesying
fools, and predictions of Armageddon....

05.13.2005

*Dedicated to;
Dr Santosh Kumar, Editor
Cyberwit.net India
for his wise, literary teachings
of Love, and Peace on Earth

Submitted: Monday, January 28, 2008
Edited: Thursday, January 22, 2009
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  • Bob Blackwell (9/28/2009 4:04:00 AM)

    Yours words are so profound, you have a gift of describing, to use one of yours, the lunacy of war, the madness, the lack of love. I will take this one with to read again. Bob (Report) Reply

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