Michael Hopkins

Love Rules The Lands

That would be wonderful

People acting in Faith

Expressing Kindness



With a natural courage

A natural strength

Freed by heartful connection

When man



That once he





Were known as Man

Balanced in Nature

Balanced in Love

With fear fled from our doors

No need for hinderances

No need for diversion

No need for division

Acting in Faith

Knowing our own ways

Travelling together

Never apart

Enjoying the journey


Each other

Each in our own way

Once again

Joy returns



Rules the Lands



Rules the Lands

Submitted: Monday, September 16, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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Note: This was inspired after viewing a Science Fiction Movie about a possible future that was the usual aftermath of a disaster. It's always a fight against Aliens or Zombies or demons from hell. It's no wonder the world is going to hell in a hand basket. I thought it is time for some more pleasant transitional views of the future of mankind with less fear based viewing as has been the norm for centuries of time.

This poem was written on September 14,2013 and first published on my blog today.

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