AHO Speaks

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Creative Thought - Poem by AHO Speaks

The thought was to conceive
Presentation for man to see and believe
Gifts of children into their lives to weave.

God's universal thought began with life
Perfect circle of love, devoid of greed and strife.

The earth was formed of water, soil and stone
A place for mankind as a temporary home.

Earth was naked and had to be dressed
Trees and flowers and birds of colorful happiness.

The second gift was to place earthly man
A gift of the first to be called a human.

Man cried of loneliness upon his reflection in the water
The creator's compassion blest a gift called a human daughter.

Holy universal creator one
The thought complete as its will was done
Life nourished and protected by the light of our earthly sun.

Out of disobedience and temptation man was misled.
Punishment for the deed, a time to sleep; among the dead.

The construct of mankind included gifts to be, do, and become
Spirit, soul and choice; to ask for the gift of a holy one.

Man's ego and mind subject to deception
The practice of exclusivity an insane reason for rejection.

Who among men would ever believe
A universal God creator desires to hear; 'thank you or please'.

Above and beyond the cruelty of man's might
The children come first; in God the creator's holy light.

10-16-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 16, 2005

Poem Edited: Friday, May 28, 2010

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