Treasure Island

Amann Aroraa

(28 March 1993 / New Delhi)

The Greatest Might Exists


The Greatest Might Exists
Even for the atheists,
And those who pray in need.
For all my joys,
The soil, the wind, the rain,
All my intangible treasures.
Something that makes me complete
Is not what I created myself.
I did not create myself even.
Nature gave me what I have,
All the answers in my head,
And the unanswered questions.
I owe it all to he greatest Might,
And myself.

The honor of being grateful
Is the greatest of all.
It does not make me small.
I find more answers,
Closer to being complete.
The greatest Might exists,
Protecting me.
An acknowledgement that gives
Joy of being secured.
My ruthless shaky insight
Has a Godfather.
Peace is no more illusion.
My purpose is not deceived.
I close my eyes
And wait for the light.
The greatest Might exists.

Submitted: Monday, June 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, January 06, 2014
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eventually everyone accepts the presence of a superior power.

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