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TITLE: Psychic
By veronica cressey
04/03/08
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If God should not exist...Of course this theory might not cross my mind, but just to reiterate my belief in God [or a higher intelligence] I had to write my thoughts. I would be interested in what you think.
Thank you!
If God should not exist
What purpose have we,

on this plane of temporal images,
Joy and pain


childbirth, death,
years in-between.

Is there no veil to lift,
no screen?

What sparks the artists
soft brush strokes,

identity of fleshly folk,
would Michelangelo

thus swear,
I met the Angels?

Be aware

residing like a butterfly
transluscent wings, fluttering by

a residue of other lives;
or are these ghosts imaginings

pre-destined dreams of better things?

Jesus, psychic from above
Transfigured,

bared His soul with love
A healer no less,

born and bred
to teach us all

what lies ahead.
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