macaulay akinbami

Rookie - 306 Points (7th February / Lagos, Nigeria)

No Man Saw God - Poem by macaulay akinbami

From the seven empty seas of earth

To the highest mount and hill on land

In evil, good and science seat

In grave of men and darkest night

In man’s abode and kingdom great

And skies too high for men in flesh

Crossing the boarder of human thoughts

Into the realms of spirit wings

In thousand endless roaming seas,

No mortal saw God in flesh.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 30, 2004



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