AHO Speaks

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My Turn - Poem by AHO Speaks

My Turn

What would my preference be if all alone?
My God, myself and another; made of skin and bone.

To whom will I call when there is no other?
Surely the loving human of all; my loving Mother.

Whom will I turn to when I know it is the end?
My God, myself or a loving friend.

Who is it that will take my hand?
To walk with me into the promised land?

Who from my journey on earth
To stand beside me and speak of my worth.

How will I explain all the visions of thee?
When my primary concern was just for me.

Whom will I recognize as I close the door?
Will I be confused as the many before?

Will my judgment be a self examination to make me aware?
What was given to me were gifts from God to share.

Will I be forgiven as I forgave?
Or again be a repentant so you will save.

Who will I recognize as I close the door?
Will I be confused as the many before/

Will I be forgiven as I forgave?
Or again be a repentant so you will save.

10-11-05 Aho Speaks


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 21, 2005


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