Ashbury - Poem by AHO Speaks
A drive past; lost and yet I found it.
Windows of colour and so appealing
I stopped and entered to find sounds so revealing.
Voices from an upper room singing to God
Rejoicing, moving and with the Lord.
How magnificant to see beauty and hear the sound
Next to a pretty lady to the seat I was bound.
Song after song came forth from them
Needed to get close to satisfy my yen.
So close I wanted to reach out and touch
Singing so beautiful and I wanted so much.
Black their faces like the ebony of pearls
Full of life and love; these boys and girls.
Two attarctive boys with their Mother I saw
Unbelievable love and beauty; she held my awe.
The youngest a governor or senator I said
The older to love and protect; as the Kennedy's now dead.
They are this nations future and part of its scene
Live long lives and contribute; to all peoples dreams.
04-27-06 Aho Speaks
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