Crystal Clear - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN
If home is where the heart is, you and I
new-found may found a haven, there to be
united ever till eternity
engathers all as dust, why must all die?
Reality links dreams as chains untie,
links through forever think mortality.
'A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, and Thee'
triumphant should Time’s desert tide defy.
Neither til now believed that somehow sky
or starry heavens so ruled Destiny.
Renascent minds find visibility
become tuned crystal, clear, no choice deny.
Souls Life transcend to prosper through Love’s fire
that naught need prove, yet all may move much higher.
(23 April 1990)
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