A.B. Andersen

Togetherings At Last - Poem by A.B. Andersen

The long distances that separates us maeks us suffer
Sufferings are the modern prize we pay for advances
We could go back but who would that help?
The answer is nobody on this planet

Nomatter where we are, we must observe the forces
The forces that operate within and without
We cannot do a difference individually, everybody knows
Therefore we must join capacity to withstand and sustain

Seeing is beleiving, the visualizers say
Feel the power, the kinestetics say
Listen to the music, the auditivists say
But we all cry and laugh

What it all comes down to is contact and connection
We need to mobilize to do great things
Not just within, we got to do it with and among others
This will warm up the bonds of friendliness to operating temperature

Why should we wait for it all to happen?
Get a grip, get hold of, go to, do all that
And do it with the will to learn and accept diversity
Then some day at last, unity will prevail

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 22, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 22, 2011

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