Treasure Island

Lynne FincherSpringarden


Kingdom Of Light


Its time to leave the vestibule
Leave personal sense behind.

To enter into the Kingdom
Behold all Life divine!

Pulling down the phantom walls
Of erring mortal sense

Lifting thought in majesty
In our holiest ascent

No grander sight could render
The Artists gentle stroke

With the brush of inspiration
In Spirit our infinite hope

In God’s eternal Love
We feel both safe and warm

The earthly sense it falls away
As life takes on new form

In new reality we find
Such marvels to behold

So clear to us in this new Mind
The promises of old

In the newness of this Life divine
We All must have our place

From the tiniest of atoms
To the galaxies of space

No dead ends nor false starts
Will keep us from our way

As we move into the splendor
Of God’s Eternal Day

Submitted: Tuesday, September 03, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 03, 2013

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