Alex Galahad


A Song To Be Heard - Poem by Alex Galahad

Inside my heart there is a song too be heard
Of a love that to express is more than a word!
Only words we are given to sing of you!
You who thru all these aeons of time the promise make true
Of an age of peace and understanding
Where we find an enlightened, now enblakctened landing
Which is a more caring, compassionate expression
Opening dreams and visions dimension
Like Joseph in the bible tale
Or Jonah in the whale!
A woman to a man is sunlight to the flower
Evolving man in all ways to great power!
As sunlight does vary in wavelength and degree
The quality of woman evolves to mother at the apogee!
Whatever her name, she is the fruit of the earth
Removing man's fear, making all gentle mirth
Opening momular science an evolution of history of herstory!
Man is a giant oak in the forest, providing shade in ourstory!
As promised in all the bibles's, Israel has been reformed!
All our attention is on the middle east, the question transformed!
Can the warlike Jewish & Islamic people & all of us like Jesus forgive from the cross
After being crucified by each others hateful moross!
Will the nation's choose a 'new-clear' solution
Of peace, cooperation, compromise and mututal devotion
Or will be brought to nuclear destruction?
The choice is ours as we see creative design in evolution
Can we love others as we would love ourselves
A love that is greater than all the books on the shelves?
Inside my heart there is a song to be heard
Of a love to express is more then a word!
Only words we are given to sing of you!
You who thru all the aeons of time the promise make true
Of an age of peace and understanding
Where all find a wonderful landing!


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Poem Edited: Wednesday, October 8, 2008


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