Michael Angelo


Spiritual Encounters


If the devil and God lie in details,

Then divinity must lie in the depths of discourse,

Left on tables of religion and royalty,

Taxing the mind guised in law of morality,

Demonizing the humanity in sexuality,

Separation of Church and clear states of mind,

For the purpose of obtaining property,

Perverting the divine gift of desire,

Hidden in the plain sights of her curves and his demeanor,

Evoking a rising nature I want to share,

Hoping she’ll bear the seeds of my first fruit,

Finding the oneness of our humanness,

Preceding the moments we are the closest to understanding God

Submitted: Monday, April 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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