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God's Will Be Done - Poem by AHO Speaks

God's will was complete and done
When earth received the gift of its created sun.

God is not something we have seen before as if in a man
Nor is there a need for attributes or adjectives, to describe God from human.

It has been man's will that is fulfilling the evil one's plan
Refusing to include the mind of she; who has delivered; every earthly man.

Earth is only a place in the vastness of things
A home for various forms of life but only one with a mind to become a being.

Humanity has been given their holy and sacred grail
Also their own golden ball that will never pale.

Earthly time is given for life to change and also to grow
Into beings of thought to understand and to know.

The past had their prophets, priests and theologians of thought
To spend their time to support and justify what had already been taught.

The present refuses to acknowledge by positive and productive acts
To prepare the children for their reason and purpose of life and that is a fact.

The children will become as the present to prepare the future for their role
It is the parent's responsibility to protect each and every child's soul.

12-27-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 17, 2010

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