AHO Speaks

Rookie (12-19-52 / Boston Ma.)

Bits And Bites - Poem by AHO Speaks

God creator of the universe can have no earthly name
Nor be exclusive and discriminatory, because of man's shame
The sins of man because of man belong to them for blame.

God is not a person or being for these words are earth bound
The gifts of life, mind, and thoughts; are what make the human profound
Energy for life returns to its source, while the body returns to the ground.

Humanity judged in its totality and acts of evil commission
Those done in silence more damaging and need the purpose of remission
Acknowledgment and reconcilation can satisfy the act of contrition.

They who interpret the holy enduring and sacred words
Why sacrifice the creators children, as if just birds?
The one true God of the Hebew was singular and not of thirds.

Any human cause that denies children their potential peaceful time
To go the way of the emperors who thought only they were divine
If the mind of man continues to be in control, then it is not a very good sign.

All the earthly glories of the past were not as a seed inside the universal thought
Man is as the artist painting a blank canvas; searching for what he forgot
The power of the female mind is by invitation and must be earnestly sought.

Time is the recorder of earthly events and change, as each one does occur
Only because of our sun, does time move and that is for sure
Change is vital for life on earth as it allows us to grow and mature.

The creator and giver of life provides us the seeds to endure
Cruelty and destruction were not included and that's for sure
Humanity suffers from the acts of a few and only they can cure.

As children we thought and did as children with a child's mind
Now that we are being's of thought and one of humanities kind
We must get serious about life and our position in it; to seek and find.

12-29-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 17, 2010

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