Space - Poem by Peter Hall
In the space created without alcohol
Where there's no wasteful drinking,
Gives room for life to thrive
And allows a galaxy of thinking.
In the space created by forgiveness
Where feelings can be tempered,
Life extends without need
To reconcile with the offender.
In the space created by empathy
Putting yourself in their shoes,
Fosters an understanding
Of the contrary point of view.
In the space created by love
There's an expanse to be yourself,
Bereft of expectations
Of living in their dark cell.
In the space created by a cross
A victory for the Universe,
And the law of liberty
Bringing heaven to Earth.
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