T. Alfred Norman
Dawn Of Humanity - Poem by T. Alfred Norman
Grander scenes my eyes have seen
Wrought with cast iron thoughts and schemes
No handle on my imagination
Peering near nothing - perceiving everything
Hunger is what made the birds sing.
Caged or free, instinct prevails
Dawning light, fights off night, and over takes horizon
Humanity wails in a shell of their vanity.
A one-day destiny, instant satisfaction
Our dreams, our love, our time.
A treasure chest of heart and Being
Seat of the soul, thirsty for wisdom
Someone who listens and pleasures the prism
Separate spectrums of white light beaming
Apathy is reaction without knowledge or reason.
Stones of a new age, open up receive grace
Morning Star rises amid this place, Love turns the page,
Rising from the ashes, the masses greet Fate
When the light forsakes morning, darkness awaits
For mankind, to shed blindness and wake.
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