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Inner Harbor Docks - Poem by AHO Speaks

Inner Harbor Docks

Sitting on a bench at the Annapolis and Baltimore harbor docks
Thinking about the daily keys given to us to unlock
I wait for the rays of the sun in the early A.M.
To feel the wind and the breath, of the God of I Am.

Dense clouds in the sky from the day before
Perhaps a key to unlock just another door?
I ask for much and wait and wait
For the time of tomorrow and may I never hesitate.

I try to do God the creator's will
My mind is always active and never still
The sun will come in its time
To bathe those we call yours, ours, and mine.

Life is a blessing, a gift to each sister and brother
From the family of God for there is no other
Each of us is born in and out of a Mother's water
Every single earthly son and every beautiful daughter.

Not one human can exist without the taste of rain
Symbols given time and time again
The rain does not last forever nor long endure
Creative sun of God is timeless and ever so pure.

10-16-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 16, 2005

Poem Edited: Friday, July 28, 2006

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