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There Was A Saviour

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There was a saviour
Rarer than radium,
Commoner than water, crueller than truth;
Children kept from the sun
Assembled at his tongue
To hear the golden note turn in a groove,
Prisoners of wishes locked their eyes
In the jails and studies of his keyless smiles.

The voice of children says
From a lost wilderness
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Enoch 26 June 2018
Sedimentally great
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Brian Jani 26 April 2014
Awesome I like this poem, check mine out
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The tune of this lyrical inspiration will forever resound; who survives the insane aftermath of life, death, love and madness? The victory here is a life taken from dust; akin to leaving an outer garment fall to it's final resting place, knowing the spiritual value is within the person, and never the coverings. What transcends can never be left behind. We will be taken in time as our decaying vessel gives up its purpose. A world blessed by poetic verse, is the same world insane with indifference. Hope lies in the desire of our heart. What will speak of us when we become gone? The only thing that will go on forever the spirit we were given and its desire to go home.
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