I took a glimpse to know what lies ahead,
I mounted on the tree to see beyond the roofs and cities,
Above the hills i have seen, beneath my feet i have tread the miles,
To see the realm of another world,
But what is it i cannot see?
Beyond the distance i could see beyond,
In the tall grass i could navigate my paths,
Within the walls i could hear the whispers,
From the lines of a book i have read,
That beyond what i can not see, there's a place,
A place my feets can not take me.
In this far region, this far land beyond my sight,
I read it exists and I'm sure dwellers are there,
I know my feets will fail me and my sight is blur to see it,
I leant it's a place that is crested on individuals creeds,
Creeds i leant from the book i read.
A far land, on the soil the commandments is hoisted.
A far region where mortal bodies can not reach.
A far country whose routes is found only in the sacred book of life,
Where thy only words is HALLELUJAH! ! !
A place which is the end of every beginning of MAN,
Yet another beginning there of! ! !
Indeed, a far country beyond the beyond.
TEE-THOMAS (Fearless Lines)
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem