Sister - Poem by chuck Hurley
If you are my sister and I know you are
It matters not whether you are near or afar.
Your color may be different and your sex not the same
It should not matter there is a difference in our name.
If you believe in God who created me
Then that is what make you my sister you see.
The intellectual interpretation or human understanding
A relationship with our creator is what I am demanding.
Listen not to those who must have the facts
They are like performers who must have their acts.
What you and I must have for each other
Is love shared between a sister and a brother.
The physical body will decay but you shall live
Believe; for the others have the mind of a sieve.
Start a relationship with the creator who is supreme
God is the reality of love and it is not a dream.
You who carry the continuity of man
Love one another and your God will not demand.
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