You Became One - Poem by AHO Speaks
To go through life as if you never came
Only yourself will your mind have to blame
It is not as difficult as you think and that's a shame.
Each of us receive more than those who came before
What is received not as important as finding the key to another door?
The door to open the other side for another life and perhaps more.
Ask your mind to help you make the choices to show the way
Remember each of your actions have an intent you may have to pay
Life is a wonderful gift and not just the joys desired for singular days.
What you want today will not continue into your tomorrow's
New and more wonderful gifts ro come and not one to borrow
To live for just the moments may be the bearer of great sorrow.
God is not a fool, naive or there only when you are in need
It is you who will judge your mind as you look for your good seeds
God is the root of all universal life but humanity requires its own creed.
We humans exist because God ordained it to be so
As children of the universal creator we must change and grow
To become a being of thought will enable us to know.
Each of us is given a mind that must be fed
The sense's to view the world until the time we are dead.
Then our time for school to listen to what is said
To write our name on the cover of each book we have read.
Then we reach an age established by man
Time to learn about responsibility and to select our destiny if we can
We know the reason for a Mother but a father we have yet to understand.
Time to leave the childhood of our mind filled with adventure and fun
Then as a young being wondering if I should become an adult one?
To live in a world of exremes like man replicating the power of the sun.
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