Dr. Antony Theodore
Mesmorized With External Voices - Poem by Dr. Antony Theodore
Mesmorized with external voices,
and the expectations of others,
we bury the inner voice of God's word
under a mount of proccupation.
God sends little birds of joy
that hover around us
seeking an inlet.
But we are shut up to them.
The God-sent birds of joy
sit on the roof for a while
and then fly away.
The 'joys' sought an inlet
and we did not open to it.
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