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AHO Speaks

(12-19-52 / Boston Ma.)

The Puzzle


If I could offer myself up to thee
Rather it be for others and not for me.
If they would but only try
To comprehend to love the we; before the I.

They want to see the puzzle with just one piece
They hesitate to join and fit each to each.
When they have joined the parts to equal the sum
In all its glory among you will it become.

Oneness in love, forgiving and justice
To live in a world where God is among us.
To see, feel and also be heard
Image to eat of love and the truthful word.

A time of joy, peace and happy tears
To embrace and love without the passing of years.
Where sustenance of beings is from each other.
When the family of man is of sister and brother.

To be surrounded by our being and existence
Always to give of love and self and not resistance.

04-30-06 Aho Speaks

Submitted: Sunday, April 30, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, July 20, 2010

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