Rex mayor Ubini
A Liberating Wisdom - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini
Now and then,
I’m are so surprised at some things I do,
I may have seen some people do them
and never imagined that I could do them too.
I know you too have rocked this boat
When you said, ‘o’ my gush! ’
How could a human being do such?
Or wow, a human being can do much?
And whenever this experience
slides over me like a lightening in the sky,
a ghost white dove I see
with a wax-stick inside my heart;
it burns and light my mind with this speech;
what you know or what you can know,
is what you are only allowed to know
you cannot know your self completely,
let alone to know others to the rim.
‘Cause every human being exist but,
in the invisible sphere of their mind.
And only the father of spirits has the power
to look through the barricading walls.
And no matter who you are,
no matter how sinful,
He sees something special in you.
That is why to such threshold, He loves the human family,
’cause he believes, we are more beautiful than ugly.
With this amazing understanding,
look at any human being,
no matter how evil or ugly,
look through the disguising image, with faith,
and assert you can see a diamond in their soul.
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