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A Wholistic View of Existence ( a poem of inspiration)
A consideration of all that is forever to be...
Escaping the bounds of all human thought,
Beyond the galactic limits, exceeding a universe,
Those questions so asked...that are still sought.
The whole picture, so impossible to frame,
Forever changing, to be never the same,
Expanding, demanding...this hide-and-seek game,
As we seek, for each, another new name.
Must we accept the notion, we all came from an ocean...
To have evolved to what we now are?
Perhaps a long trip aboard a space ship, an explanation,
Is for our kind...from a distant star.
A wholistic view, seen by a few...all life, to transcend,
As a circular journey...perpetual... without any end.
Our earthly bodies each to remain behind... our spirits,
Then with the celestial heavens, to blend.
Must there be an answer to every question...our origins,
Should we regard each offered suggestion?
Perhaps we're beings, from genetic seedlings...
Grown as hybrids, in a form of incubation.
Was Adam and Eve, in scriptural accounts,
As symbolism, so recounts, a humanistic revelation?
In the circle of all life, it cuts like a keen knife...
To denounce a creator, or its contemplation.
No doubt the wheel, conceived, and its invention,
A boon to mankind... advancement, as its intention.
The wheel is a wholistic accounting, an explanation,
One mother's child's views, of all life's perpetuation.
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