Denis Martindale

The Celestine Prophecy - Poem by Denis Martindale

Can Man find more than hopes and dreams,
Exploring here and there?
To see beyond all this life seems,
Without the need for prayer?
Just open up to smells and sights,
To colours old and new,
Perhaps to scale the highest heights,
For some wise point of view?
Or sense the present here and now,
Like no time lived before,
As if to synchronise somehow,
To learn there's so much more?
Instead of choosing to defer,
Then follow sudden signs,
We could meet people who prefer
To feast on others' minds...
Or lust like beasts, not men at all,
True love not understood,
Receiving not the miracle
That seeks the utmost good...
Perhaps the journey seems enough,
For you, yet not for me,
Because, one day, I found true love,
When I found Calvary...

Denis Martindale August 2017.


Find out more by watching Revelation TV,
the Christian channel on UK Sky TV 581
that's part of the 'Church Without Walls'.

Topic(s) of this poem: easter, faith, forgiveness, true love

Form: Prose Poem

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 4, 2017

Poem Edited: Friday, August 4, 2017

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