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The Beginning Of The Third Day - Poem by AHO Speaks

The Beginning Of The Third Dau

The basilica so enormous, tall and so strong
What happened to answer the question; what went wrong?
So ornate, so cold and so very startk
Some doors closed and some lead into the dark

Inside are things of beauty, peace and also light
Two sides; one asleep and the other to give light.
The side of light allows us to see and to hear
The words of love that are to us so very dear..

The side of silence in memory of those who sleep
That what they did in memory of that; so shall they reap.
The bells pealing their notes of sound into the sky
Calling for you and you and also I.

The side awake and filled with light as I sat in awe
A visionof life and love, is what I saw.
I heard the words and the meaning and the love of him
'You are my sisters and brothers and I forgive you of sin'

Take of me and of my love and in so doing I know you care
Love and do for others and in that you shall share.
If you take of me out of love and share with others
Then they also shall be my sisters and brothers.

Fear not that I am here for only those without sin
Partake of my love for a new life to begin
I am not here just for a selected few
But all mankind to love one another and thereby renew..

04-29-06 Aho Speaks


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 26, 2006



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