Jim Lozen

(Roseville, MI)

Time Machine - Poem by Jim Lozen

Meditation is easy, it's rather cut and dried, but if you go into thinking
your body will come inside. Be one with the Master's, be what ever it is that you
want to be, stay with the Master's, and you will be, just like me. There's a Thousand World's on this planet, but there all on different
plains, there's the Past, the Present and the Future, but to me there all the same.
I've been to the Birth of Christ, I've been to the Sea of Galilee, I've been all over
this Planet in every Century. Time Machines are useless, Time Machines you'll
never nee, because we'll develop the power of the mind in the Twenty-First
Century.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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