Must We Look Deeply Inside Ourselves? - Poem by Michael Gale
Must we look deeply inside ourselves? ...
Must we clean off our dirty hidden shelves?
Must we sweep off our sidewalk of life? ...
Must we shovel loosed the shit filled driveway of strife?
Must we closely examine ways of our days? ...
Must we cover up our our stain filled pains?
Must we lie about facts of life? ...
Must we disguise a strife filled life?
Lets all look outward towards positive days...
Lets all only show off our heart inspired ways.
Learn we not to smile at others? ...
Learn us all to love our brothers.
Life is only living if learned we did...
Life is welcomed to lies not hid.
Lies are wonders that all cannot grasp...
Lies are what has made all rude as crasp.
Truth envisioned of life obtained...
Truth of man to have won and claimed.
Truth is wisdom of experience at hand...
Let truth be our life long song that we've lived about and sung of
to the beated life of our life long lived of band.
Let this fact be played by bands of man...
Let this be our final played and soul searched plan.
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