My Devotion - Poem by AHO Speaks
Of this world that I did see
Mountains and oceans, defined the word awe to me.
I sit at the lips of an enormous ocean
Far exceeding my adjective of devotion.
The lips expel and quickly go back
Color of colors including black.
The force ends as a tiny wave
Traveling around the world as children so brave.
The water quickly recedes and goes on out
My emotion to call; 'wait for me', I want to shout.
Before the sand can get its fill
The creator insists the obedience to its will.
From the majestic enormous mountainous waves
Now cascading for children in the home of the brave.
The water has left its mark and continues on
Like a sleeping motion plays as part of a heavenly song.
A young family walking the beach as a singular three
The young boy to ensue that peace in the future will keep us free.
04-07-06 Aho Speaks.
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