Linda Kaye Lockhart

(Las Vegas, Nevada)

God - Poem by Linda Kaye Lockhart

As the fragments of my brain
slowly swells to burst into the
rainbows of my weary mind. The
soul of my inner self explodes
into the galaxys of all space
and time.

For I prevail over all that
ever will be, through out life's
eternities.
To enhance every state of
mind, to enlighten the souls
and minds of all creatures
that ever exist.

To create and preserve a
wondrous sanctuary.

I enslave only myself, to
ensure life's evolutions;
for one and all.

This I gladly give, for
through all,
I shall live.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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