Nevaeh Poem by Robert Murray Smith

Nevaeh

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Heaven, a concept of ancient
minds. A Shangri la, or La La land.
Created by Gods, makes us mortals
feel agog. Samuel Butler, in Erewhon,
Nowhere, spelt backwards, should
have been about the fictional place
Nevaeh.

In the eternity of space, man has no
idea, about its vastness. As A human
concept, Heaven, and Hell, the backbone
of rewards, and punishment, cannot
ever exist, except in minds. For a soul,
another, fictional concept, to travel to
those places is extraordinarily misplaced.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
David Wood 13 January 2022

It's all about controllling people.

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Upendra Aida 12 January 2022

What a wag you're.

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Robert Murray Smith 12 January 2022

Fired into space, a soul never reaches any place.

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Wayne Finklestein 12 January 2022

Clever, my friend.

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