Alexander Galahad

(Trenton, New Jersey, USA)

The New Clear Solution Revised - Poem by Alexander Galahad

Some solutions are new and some are old
Some are inner truth and some outward told
We have lived long with the final solution
The new clear solution will explain evolution
The news clear solution opens the world conundrum
Revealing that hate is hatericity smaller than electron
If the Lord sits on throne
All the worlds stories fit like bodys bone
Every culture a different flavor
Explaining mystery to their neighbor
Instead of a single being on the cross of time
The entire World has heard the new clear rhyme
The Jewish people who have waited so long
To understand their meaning need now belong
Accepting the other tree of faith religions
As they all accept the tree of knowledges
Can Embrace Hinduism Indian Shaministic
So Jewish Catholic Protestant and Islamic
Buddhism African Egyptianism and Primitive Womans Group
Science and faith become one as the unconscious soup
Hatred of the religions has affected
Healing and Silicon devices implants. Nuclear reactors bed
Can you give Einstein A C as sea to sea does see
Thought is faster than light will set you free
To dissolve food 100% a newclear solution drink
Body waste contol healing altering think
We have all on many levels been abused
Can this Heaven on Earth be properly used.

Comments about The New Clear Solution Revised by Alexander Galahad

  • (6/16/2006 1:54:00 PM)

    Read this so-called poem.
    It's the random ramblings
    of a diseased mind.
    Screwed up beyond repair.
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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