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vicky Lynn Ring

Rookie (november 14,1967 / oklahoma)

Alive


Here I am deep in the earth
I am the red dirt.
Here I am in a seed
I need the rain so I can grow and feed.
Here I am the glowing sun
I am the light and energy that you need.
Here I am the darkness of night
I am the rest and shade so you won't burn or fade away.
Here I am in Life
I am everything and everywhere that breathes
and eats to stay alive.
Here I am in the afterlife
I am a spirit of energy and rays of light
I am unseen to the naked eyes you are blind,
But I am seen by the newborns and believers of faith
I shed my veil to all that sees
I am the life, hope, love and faith of the Universe.

Submitted: Thursday, June 11, 2009
Edited: Thursday, June 11, 2009

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  • Rookie Lacie Wasserman (6/11/2009 4:44:00 PM)

    This poem is awsome! The way you tell it is deep and it has alot of meaning if not to you but to alot of other people :) Keep writing (Report) Reply

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