AHO Speaks

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Ramblings - Poem by AHO Speaks

Our world is a place called earth where each of us are born to live
Part of a solar system, with a sun that only gives.

Life on earth abounds with many creative forms
Each has a consistency of energy, matter and chemicals; the day it is born.

All life came from the thought according to a universal order, change and plan
In the image and likeness on this small planet, was born the ego of man.

The human mind is a gift to the individual regardless of time, place and events
For questioning, understanding, creativity, contributions and joy; we are sent.

Each mind is different, unique and a singular one
The male is as different from the female; as the daughter is from the son.

Without the mind there is no earthly perception, knowledge or belief
We would wander as the animals, with natural instinct our only relief.

The universe is but one and earth a minuscule part of the total sum
What is perceived on earth; in outer space, it has already been done.

What comes to our senses is relevant only to the place upon which we reside
Perception comes from the mind from what has already been put inside.

We know not from whence we came and to where we are to go
The future to be determined by the harvest, our seeds did sow.

Time is the carrier of who we were and who we became and to become
God's children holding hands and singing, 'free at last; we have overcome'.

12-29-05 Aho Speaks


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 17, 2010


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