The Mills of the gods and other rented tears

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Poems and inspirational writings

Submitted: September 30, 2010

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Submitted: September 30, 2010

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SLEEPING BEAUTY
There was a rent in the canopy of heaven.
And I peeped, into heaven
And saw gardens of lilies, daffodils roses of Sharon
Choicest fruits and robust leaves
 And one flower was the queen of them all
With radiance beyond compare. Perfumed by odour of sanctity.
With gracefulness like the rising sun
A quite sweetness like the setting sun and powdered by the stars.
 And her movement as costly as diamonds.
She is one queen that is the queen of them all.
And I thought this heavenly garden was greater until
I found a sleeping lilac a queenly beauty
That beats them all and I
Hold the name from a hall of fame
A name that beats them all
Michael Achile Umameh
Igala


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