Karin Dovring

(Urbana, Illinois)

Eternal Life? - Poem by Karin Dovring

There is another dimension
Differing from life I know
A kind of unknown extension
Directing my spirit to go
My body used to it's jail
Which often caused me to fail
Is losing it's power on me
And finally may set me free. There is another dimension
Waiting for my return
A kind of unknown extension
Whose character I have to learn.
At birth it lent me a part
Called it my soul and my heart
Now this unknown dimension
Fights to get back my extension.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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