Treasure Island

Michael Hopkins


Shall We Sing Together


From the depths of your being

Comes a new song

A song of healing

A joyous song

Sung with a chorus of angels

Singing our joy to all of mankind

Letting all know

That an ending comes

And

A beginning is put into motion

A new beginning for Mankind

A new start

A forgiveness

No longer contained

A joy

Expressed

A love

No longer denied

A sweetness in being

A kindness

To be shared

Now

Is the time

Now

Without the confines of time

Now

Experienced

Now

Expressed

Now

Just being

Now

Shall we sing together

Now

Submitted: Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013

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Note: This poem was written on August 6,2013 and first published on my blog today as part of the Third Annual Inspirational August. I do hope that it does inspire some to sing.

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