Rex mayor Ubini

Veteran Poet - 1,414 Points (March 8th,1984.)

If It Was Just Me - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini

If it was just me, and just my feet alone,
left, standing on this planet floor, lonely like a stone;
Sin would only be nosed from the tree
that ate mother Eve and father Adam.
But the snake would not lure my teeth
to a bite of the apple of illumination
For what blinded my left eyes,
will never be let to draw nigh my right eyes.

If it was just me and just my feet alone,
left, standing on this planet floor, lonely like a stone;
no neighbour no chains of law.
love will not bind me to wild lives. neither to trees, nor to birds
but to God and to God alone.
Then, the vision of my soul
would be more visible and clearer than crystal.

But since is not just me, not just my feet alone,
left, standing on this planet floor,
You are the law that chains me.
I am the law that chains you.
There is something that questions
how much love abides in our hearts,
To withstand the days of trials,
That may break forcefully out of our human differences,
And out of our inferno habits.

Knowing that we are even; a sin,
knocking at one another’s door
with knuckles of misunderstanding and hostility,
Knuckles of envy and jealousy
What I pray for is the grace,
to live at peace with all men.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 28, 2015



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