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Donna Caldwell

Rookie (Manchester)

The Inner Angel

If I look at the mind of God I can see
A vast pure energy ball grow up a tree
He is the pure inner self of us all
Connected within us contained in the ball

The white is the inner the outer is red
Energy from the outside created the dead
Like he grew up the tree he can also grow you
With red interference it’s the best he can do

Past present and future contained in the ball
It was the white energy zone which started it all
Right at the centre of life itself
He grew out the past and future himself

Attached to his mind was the vast Mister Red
Who forced exactly wrong onto his poor head
His mind had to grow whatever he could
And that was to grow everything up to be good

The red weighs deep in parts of his mind
You can see it clearly as you look through time
World War One and World War Two
He was weighted down heavily as the energy grew

Did the red grow his dolphin into a shark
Did it grow through a black Labrador to create a rottweiler bark
Did the uncontrollable red energy ball
Grow a dinosaur up ever so tall

We have the bones to prove the dinosaur
And old people to prove there was a war
Did he shoot the red energy backwards to create the bones
To question our existence in the age of the Stones

Did Jesus grow from the future into the past
To block the red energy which was growing so fast
An intelligent white ball to shoot through time
To be placed into a virgin mother of thine

The Son of God he stood out to be
Past present and future he’s contained in all three
He wanted to help dominant in all
To destroy the red contained in the ball

As the future looms I pray for the white
To force through the red ready to fight
To grow us higher to destroy the sinner
Whether dead or alive we remain inner

Submitted: Monday, August 08, 2011
Edited: Monday, August 22, 2011

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  • Rookie Soumyashree Kar (8/10/2011 5:23:00 AM)

    A beautiful work...may this angel come into every sinner to view the white beyond every red....too good to guage! ! (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Donna Caldwell (8/9/2011 7:21:00 AM)

    thanks romeo, i have another one call the flickering flame which was written before the inner angel. glad you like my work! ! (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 125 Points Romeo Della Valle (8/8/2011 9:18:00 PM)

    Wow! Donna! What an impressive, deep and well penned poem that left me speechless after I finished reading it! Very spiritually moving write that clearly shows your great talent and that you are ready for the Poetry World! 10+++ Thank you for sharing! Keep inspiring the World with you thought provoking writes! Love and Peace for always! Romeo from New York City! ... (Report) Reply

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