Christine Natale

Rookie (August 9,1955 / Glen Ridge, New Jersey)

New World Center Poem by Christine Natale


How deep the grave to hold
Our world which has grown old
With countless lives untold

Earth, cloven to the core
Reveals the precious ore
Those gone forevermore

So fill the grave with tears
Our hopes, our dreams, our fears
The memories of lost years

Let living waters rise
And fill the void inside
Renewing hope and pride

And from the water’s deep
Arising from death’s sleep
All those for whom we weep

Together we will see
What we are meant to be
When all the world is free

A new world shining bright
Alive with freedom’s might
True love and wisdom’s light

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2008

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