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The Male God 'Of I Am' - Poem by AHO Speaks

I have a mind, energy, sense's and think; so therefore I am
Just one of the two earthly genders as a male human man.

The gift of a mind to learn, understand and a right to chose
To believe, accept and more important; the sole right to refuse.

Our mind is conditioned by the environment, time and its habitat
A lifetime of questions, thought and answers, finally to give back.

The mind is affected by corruption, conflict and also confusion
Years of denial, suppression, and unauthorized; family intrusion.s.

Thoughts produce words and actions and also their earthly intent
Evil is acknowledged not just by words but really what they meant.

There is right and wrong along with tragic accidents and mistakes
Evil hides its intent by wearing the other side of a Janus mask face.

Evil is cold, destructive, inhuman and too often painful and cruel
For centuries man's thoughts have been singular with evil its fuel.

Mankind requires the rule of law but not the rule of just only men
Be fair and include the sacrifice and contributions of all women.

Life is a shared responsibility never separate nor can it be undone
Tomorrow's children need to be loved, protected; every single one.

God the creator's children suffer because of man's ways and laws
Thoughts of women must be included to remove all mankind flaws.

11-15-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Poem Edited: Wednesday, June 2, 2010

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