AHO Speaks

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You Are - Poem by AHO Speaks

You are as the colorful sky seen by light
Beautiful as diamonds on black velvet at night.
The softness and warmth of a new born child
As lovely as the animals who roam the wild.

The touch and word that speaks of love
Tender and graceful, as a heavenly dove.
The harvest of the oceans and also the land
So powerful and mighty: yet still so grand.

Never could all the kings or earthly gueens
Assemble as one; ever create this earthly scene.
From the tallest mountain to endless sea
So majestic and timeless are you to me.

A reflection of each and every good human act
As a mirror of self expression and truthful fact.
Your the joy of Christmas in memory of youth
A season for all; based on a heavenly truth.

You're the sadness of Easter and also its joy
A time of tears and happiness as a girl or boy.
You're the taste of clear water and also the wine
The sustainer of life and the fruit of the vine.

Ruler of the universe and all that is therein
The Judge and Forgiver of us who sin.
The eternal voice to speak in endless time
'You are my child and I make you mine'.

No more to wander and have to live in doubt
Only to respond to the voice with a gleeful shout.

11-26-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 26, 2005

Poem Edited: Friday, June 4, 2010


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