Michael Hopkins


No Longer Be Distracted or Led Astray


Rather
Listen to
The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Love
And
In truth
The Voice of Self.
For Self is connected
To the Self of All Selves
And
Once reconnected
A flow will begin from
Heaven to Earth
And
From
Earth to Heaven
And
The multitudes will rejoice in knowing
That the Light returns
To dispel the millenniums of darkness
Imposed upon the sight of Man
For
In an instant
Man will see clearly
What he has become
And
What he and she will be
As he and she
Enters the void of the
Now
In which
All possibilities exist.

Submitted: Saturday, September 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Note: This is from an inspirational text that I wrote perhaps 5 years ago and decided to publish it in the form of a poem here for the first time on my blog today, September 7,2013.

Self is my way of saying, Soul. Man is mankind which also includes womankind.

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