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This poem is about Who We Are. The words come from the Silence. They are the words of awakening from sleep to Light. They are the truth of life - of me and you. They are the awakenings of an ordinary man no different from you who has simply realized how special ordinary Is. I give them with love in the hope they will awaken or expand in you an awareness of how special You Are.

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Morgan
The poem was very abstract, it puts a new vantage point on life. I simply enjoyed it.

If

If all there was to know
Was known by only me
And the only place to go
I was all there was to see.

I'd start at the beginning
And I'd make myself anew
With a will that's free for sinning
To forget all that I knew.

Then I could learn again
That which I could only teach
That the truth of I as man
Is there's nothing I can't reach.

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