The Revelation - Poem by George Krokos
It seemed like a message from the beyond
and something to which I had to respond.
When it came to me it was a bit of a surprise
and have to admit was under a clever disguise.
It wasn’t marked by any supernatural condition
that is usually associated with things of this kind,
but was noticed with a keen sense and precision
by which it manifested its presence in my mind.
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