pantor of the Oaks


Transforming the energy


Incredible power
hidden deep inside,
transforming the energy
put aside.
Knocking on doors
that set us free,
lashing out loud
for you and me.
That obnoxious ache
that keeps us driven,
can be harnessed and used
as well as given.
Back to the universal
consciousness of light,
which allows our hearts
to see the warmth
and shines its light.
The light of ageless
timeless truths of inspiration,
to live and love
without fear
or desperation.
Come join the crusade
for human empowerment,
let love be your guide
and only government.

Submitted: Monday, September 10, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, April 06, 2011

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  • Rookie Working Title (9/10/2007 4:49:00 AM)

    I think the last 2 lines are brilliant and stand alone. The rest seems a little superfluous given their strength. Just a thought. Love being our goverment is definitely a motto worth sharing and practicing! (Report) Reply

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