Midnight Song

God is and the voice of God so sweet;
Joyous are souls longing to hear it,
When God whispers in the stillness of night,
Upon the slumber-track of a quiet street,
Oft visited by many at midnight,
To hear the melodies of thy world,
Lies within, not far away from thyself,
A sweet, soothing and heavenly melody,
Beating with rhythm within thy heart,
Gods from Heavens descend to tune it,
And beyond go souls to grasp it,
But within, deep and deep inside,
In quietness of thy night is heard midnight song,
And that stills all the being,
Into a state of blissfulness,
To hear it in God's paradise,
Lies deep, much deeper inside,
Beating in the small the mighty voice of thy Heart,
And God is and the voice of God so sweet......

Submitted: Tuesday, January 07, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 07, 2014

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A spiritual poem....tells about our heart as God's paradise, our heartbeat as heavenly melody and heard as midnight song in stillness
of night..........

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