Edward Kofi Louis
Sanctuary - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
And, to seek for those who have familiar spirits;
Esteemed with the muse of your love.
The anointing oil,
The muse of sweet love!
With a great light;
For the spirit now rest in you.
To grow out,
To come out,
As the waters that cover the sea;
To the watchman! !
To the watchtower;
And, to let him tell you what he sees,
With images across the land.
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