AHO Speaks

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Assumption - Poem by AHO Speaks

The universe is your creation and on earth we reside
Hold our hand and allow us to walk by your side.

To explain you in earthly physical terms we seek relief
Our only option lies in the word of belief.

The time has arrived to gaze upon your creative might
A harvest of beauty and wonder and the gift of sight.

To leave this creative jewel and go on in space
I believe we will finally have a glimpse of your beautiful face.

You will guide and hold us from intentional harm
To be our companion and sound the alarm.

Much of what we see will be put in the realm of disbelief
What we do know about; is your reluctance to cause us grief.

Temper our reaction to the visit of others
Just to remember the meaning of sisters and brothers.

Your universe is founded on the birth and expansion of creation
Gifts from your bounty to the peoples of every nation.

We are part of your creation by eminent domain
Your gifts of love and reasoning are always the same.

Each of us is your child who has the same inheritance of love
Searching, searching; for the peaceful dove.

Because of the promise it has to extend into space
Matters not the physical difference but we see your face.

10-14-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 14, 2005

Poem Edited: Friday, May 28, 2010


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