Albert George Vinny
The Sorcerers Prayer For Man - Poem by Albert George Vinny
'The Sorcerers Prayer for man'
The Pharaohs sons of Ham and Ra
The Hebrew brothers: ..lights great law..
The voice of kings cast to and fro..
the little things these men to know..
but thoughts too great..they cast away,
minds comprehend what mouths could say
and of these things not spoke or seen..
destroy the God mans never been.
*The things not spoke nor seen destroy the God a man could have been, but never was.
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