AHO Speaks

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

Primer 2 - Poem by AHO Speaks

Primer 2

The world has gone from bad to worse
Organized religions exist for self and that is a curse..
Those inside create the illusion that only they know
Who and where God is and that is so.

I do not believe any religion received their name and sanction from God
That one who disbelieves could be sacrificed; and put into the sod
The good deed, kind thought and fairness to do what we can
Truly the tirnity of that which we call; human.

God does not need the praise of even a great nation
Rather the protector and love for each one of its creations.
The soul of a practioner has no more value than those of not
Salvation in what you do and not what you sought.

Comprehension of God found in love, fairness and to share
The fullness of giving found in the words to care.
All else is pomp, circumstance and fluff
To know that God loves you is certainly enough.

No prescribed rules, regulations and restrictions
For they are not of God but only man's conceptual contradictions.
That which created the universe with but a singular thought
Needs only that you seek to find what you sought.

If I do not have the element of fainess, kindness and to share with others
Then I know not God and can't find my sister and brothers
Do not believe that God would ever select one over the other
If this is a belief than as God's children; you will never have a sister or brother.

God loves you and me and there is only one thing more
We need to speak the good deed and dispense the acts to open the door.
The door to God's room of truth and compassionate giving
A garden of Eden with all the emotions of eartly living..

04-16-06 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 16, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 19, 2006


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