Michael Hopkins


The Fall and Rise Of Man


So, you have lost faith in man.
Yes, man is an ignoble creature ruled by ego and the lower elements.
Yet to evolve into Man.
Man, ruled by Self amd from a world without elements.
Man, once the nobest of creatures.
Now, the lowest.
Once again to be reborn and renewed by Faith.
Once again, We return to our former Glory.
Once again, Man.

Submitted: Thursday, May 16, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 12, 2013
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Note: This poem was written over two days. born of inspiration and formed partly with intellect.

Man is intended to refer to Mankind. In man, we have male and female and conflicts between the two as in Man, we have Cooperation and Balance.

First published here on my blog today. Dedicated to those whom get it.

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