Kathryn Asbury

(Moorpark, CA, USA)

Facts, Beliefs And The Occult - Poem by Kathryn Asbury

Strange beliefs we have and hold,
of them, to us a story's told. To believe in superstition-
is thought to be bad. But what if things come true,
then that's more than a fad. Life's occult can be outrageous,
outlandishly bizarre. But maybe with introspection,
our boundaries can go far.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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