AHO Speaks

Rookie (12-19-52 / Boston Ma.)

Nature - Poem by AHO Speaks


The wind threatens and then subsides
So strong it can even change the ocean tides
It seems angry this morning and has something to say
I hope it doesn't forget to have a good day.

The mighty space ships pushed and moved
As tho they were traveling along in a groove
How powerful and mighty these ships of God
Filled with nourishment for the people and the sod.

They move quickly to share the sky
The great golden ball for you and I
A sky that is streaked with mauve and pink and gray
The light of sunrise coming to give us another day.

Colorful clouds casting their image on the water
O' glory and bounty to each earthly son and daughter
Two thirds of the painting screened and waiting to be done
The arrival of the sunset to be timed as our God's will is one.

Nothing is taken for chance
The sight and sound truly one of romance
A range of clouded mountains to obscure the view
My God, their God and our God; I truly love each one of you.

The wind has beome more gentle to take a rest
Just an occasional bluster as it knows best
The light is here for a brand new day
At beautiful God's garden; called Cudjoe Cay.

My mind is stretched to its limit that you will accept
May what I offer to you never to reject.

10-28-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 28, 2005

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 21, 2005

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