On The Edge Of Bliss - Poem by Gerry Legister
Build your home in heaven
See paradise in a better place,
With all your sins forgiven,
In the pilgrimage of grace.
See the world from a distant
Looming on the edge of bliss
Among the wonders of enchantment,
Embrace uploading galaxies.
The applauding nebulous
Reaching out to somewhere new.
Phantom spirits and our angels
Watch from a blighted world we knew.
The Future mists of morning
With the gust of darkness swirling.
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