mark anthony st. rose
Heaven - Poem by mark anthony st. rose
His soul escaped into a grand mythical sea,
danced sweetly upon star-filled shores.
He saw the diamond gleam flew from heaven's doors,
and a Godlike structure without face or form
stood majestic, imperial, dominant, serene,
singing lofty love songs no words can capture.
and all hearts spiritual were in awe filled
there with a love that seemed to possess no end.
They were surely symphonies of a triumphant God;
one birthed once in soil and one overcame
rejections of the clay and mortal minds.
His embrace was wide, welcoming, beckoning pleas,
inviting All upon a new journey embark,
and no longer were the fears that draped a fearless soul,
and no longer were the tears that drowned a faintless heart:
a strength anew founded upon a spiritual height,
like depths of infinite's mystical abyss,
with a kiss that promise to never fail.
So now bold became the journey into the Unknown,
and fairer the skies and brighter the sun,
and angelic the wings that accompanied flight.
then each moment an expression of infinity became
ever more lucid lodged in tender touch,
and spiritual hearts' soft wide embrace.
Stark! momentous moments, present all that surely is
and all that shall ever be now and eternal.
(to be continued)
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