Frederick Thomas Burke

(St. Clair, MI, USA)

The Sanctity Of The Inner Light - Poem by Frederick Thomas Burke

Far reaching conclusions
lost in illusions
A mysterious ponderance upon
that veil far beyond— Drawing nearer to you and me! From the peeping twilight
the slight vision of sanctity
beaming brightness multiplicity
the frequency waves in constancy
The inner light—beaming bright
what a sight . . . for you
to know of you, within you.
The self & soul of your divine nature!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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