My Knowledge - Poem by Rik Bertrand
Do not dismiss what I can duly provide,
Take from me what you can.
My wisdom is true and flawless
And I am only here for a short time
I possess all that will become of this world
I have accumulated your past and future.
Within my soul there are powers undefined,
And life's mysteries are catalogued in my heart.
Sat me down and I shall tell you all there is,
All will be revealed in a very short time.
You will understand the precursor of life,
And the secrets of all that is beyond it.
Emotions will tremble to and fro from knowledge,
You will be overcome yet enlightened by insight.
All that I give you is for the better of mankind,
Use it well and save what is left of life.
REB (SEPT 2012) my knowledge is vast, bleed me.
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