Inner Cry - Poem by Nan Blackshire-Little
My body is only a shell; I dwell within.
The inner me emerges from the depth of my soul.
I will only love in spirit and mind; to walk
this earth in spiritual time . . .
I have so much love and feelings within.
I want to make it surface once again.
It's like the rumbling of the sea, bursting
deep inside of me.
I want to give love to every human thing, until
the bells of heaven ring.
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