Heretic's Hymn

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: May 20, 2018

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Submitted: May 20, 2018



I hear it more often than not, now. The steady rhythm of glossy black wings, beating against the window pane of my subconscious mind. But is it Brother Crow I hear, calling me home - or my own foolish heart leading me down a dangerous path? It doesn't matter-I long for a love that doesn't seem to exist, surrounded on all sides by the enemies of my heart. It is said faith can move mountains...let then my faith move my heart to that Great Love...above even that which is shared by both human and beast. For this loneliness can only be undone, not by one becoming two, but the two becoming ONE. Agape...Selfless Love...Love without expectations. Though I know my heart will be crucified a million times by a mostly apathetic humanity-I know only this. I love, therefore I AM.

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