+ Divinum Argumentum (The Introduction) - Poem by Jordan Legaspi
Years is not enough to pen
The truth of the many his-story
Of different legacies since then
Each tradition held each authority.
Many had fought for what they thought
The principle of myth yet holds its origin;
Others had kept the discipline a worth
The most ancient code of heaven;
But whom to believe, and what to adhere then:
The different accounts of sacred and holy,
The recorded words about half god and half man;
The so many reports about miracles of its spirituality.
Few remained faithful with their oath
The spell and charm from the learned one;
Some till to their last breath -the truth
The highest good they have to gain.
The many reports about sacred things and places to note
Though with intrigues and doubts, still sweet like wine;
The many apparitions of he and she, from south to north
Or from east to west, the confusion of what is divine.
The was, the is and the will always be -the truth
It cannot be against itself or be broken
It is like the field with different seed and fruit
But in the same and one bed of growth -the same truth.
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