Heavenly Surprise - Poem by Charlotte Harrison
I crossed the threshold through blackest night
I entered the Portals, golden and bright
And then thrilled to the glorious sight
Of Moslem, Brahmin, Buddhist, Jew
Of Catholic, Shinto and Protestant too...
And I smiled as I knelt with them to pray
For I thought to myself how this very first day
Each of us could be heard to say ...
"AND I THOUGHT MINE WAS THE ONLY WAY"
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