Shadowless And Airtight - Poem by Mark Heathcote
Love, it will reconstruct us all
Remove our shadows from the wall….
So, that nothing remains forlorn:
We'll all be airborne not soil-borne.
When hearts shell is laid empty
We'll make for our holy lady
She'll hold us in her countenance
Remitting, all of petulance.
Love, it shall be a shining torch
A golden melliferous light….
Fixed above; Gods cloudless porch
"That is Shadowless and airtight".
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