The Pillars of the Foundation

All the things thou hath done, 
How do you like being it? 
When thou art loving, ye feel so magical, 
But when thou art sad, ye 're so low. 
When those thoughts of thine went out, 
How did you put them under control? 
Thee need the Miracle Creator, the Holy Spirit, 
And if I think of our Holy Creator as the Personification, 
Saying like, "Thee need Me, the Miracle Creator." 

Extraordinary, marvellous, but thee need to see all the things, 
In front of the world, but somebody says like, 
The Lord of the Worlds and somebody else also saying like, 
The Lord of all the Lords, but what sayth thee? 
What sayest us who stay outside the religions of the world? 
I came into this world, and Life knew me and still know me. 
No matter what may happen, we are forever us. 
Well, ye believe that you can do anything, 
But I beg the world to turn to the Miracle Creator.

Provoke reminds Peace, I wait, wait, and wait for you, 
To stop War for once and all. 
The riddle says, keep believing all there is, 
Even all here is, well, heather. 
Balance will help herself through all the time, 
Saying like, I beseech her to have all the strength. 
Bright would tell thee to light up thy mood, 
But Impassion might dash to ye, can ye stop me?

How you stop Impassion while Ignorance praises ye? 
I would turn to Truth, stand firmly like the stone, 
I summon Passion and Awareness- may they be my pillar, 
While everything else is this miraculous, 
Then, thee, and I go to the Tree, gesturing, 
Let us pay attention thee, so that ye may share it, 
With all ground ye, well, then, Riddle concerns, 
Ye goest out to see with thy eyes, but when willeth thou, 
Go out with thy 100% spirit?

© Ismael Mansoor

Published by This Engrained Heart

I am a Deaf male, and I write what comes my mind. I have been creatively writing since 2010, and from there has been growing my excitement and passionate for my poetry and writing.

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