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Heaven's Heartbeat
by Bill Shurkey
07/11/04
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Here lies heaven's heartbeat,
On broken streets and dusty roads,
In the slums and prisons you will meet
Humanity crushed under heavy loads.

On broken streets and dusty roads
I see the blind, the deaf and lame;
Vanished dreams where pain erodes
And sorrow with no one to blame.

I see the blind, the deaf and lame,
Weathered faces now radiate hope,
Something's happened-they're not the same,
Love is helping them to cope.

Weathered faces now radiate hope,
They've found victory in their defeat,
In the Light man needn't grope,
Here lies heaven's heartbeat.


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Melanie Kerr  13 Jul 2004
I have never heard the term chain poem before, but I can see how it works. it is a very powerful poem and you use some very stong imagery. Well done.




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