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No borders on earth can hold
a zephyr embracing
the letters of soul.
Never existed strong enough
a force to contain
the flying doves.
What good is this mortal birth?
nature is blessed
not guarded in girth.
Across the nations rivers sweep
only humans are bound
by frontiers we keep.
Arms bought and spirits sold
as time immures
heroics untold
Building divides on caste and creed
but lasts the unison
of hearts beating beneath.
Jaded still by enclosures of world
Pray , god I be born a free bird

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Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 1/1/2005
This poem complies with Poetry goals. Its contents, message and imagery make this poem a true masterpiece.

I have enjoyed the reading, and have learned from this writing from the womb of poetic grandiose.

Healthy Creative and blissful year, Poet!

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU

P.S.: >>It seems that Phoebus is smiling to the author
under the nodding of Asclepius. < <
Reviewed by Franz Kessler 8/11/2004
some deep thoughts expressed here with grace.. May freedom be everywhere. Franz
Reviewed by Jim Dunlap 5/27/2004
Yes, you are on the right track. Unfortunately, many places across our world don't allow people the freedom to even survive. Genocide is sweeping again across Africa and into central Europe. The Nubian Christians of Darfur in Western Sudan are being annihilated by outlaw Islamic militias, and Serbian Christians are being murdered now in Kosovo, where we thought that evil had been ended a decade ago, when the Christians were murdering the Moslems. Life is not easy in this world for many people. You might take a look at my poem, "Death Stalks Across Africa (2)" posted her on Authors' Den.
Reviewed by rehan xxx (Reader) 2/28/2004
nice job again ruby ur the the no1 keep writing good luck god bless u urs rehan
Reviewed by Robert Williams 2/19/2004
So few of us ever stop to think about how much of world around us is taken for granted. Seldom do we reflect on God's laws of submission that keeps the moon revolving around the earth or our internal organs to digest our food. Whether we think about or even understand gravity or the processes of bodily chemical reactions, does not matter to the moon as it continues in its orbit or to our digestive sytem as it digests our food. These physical and biological processes operate despite whether we think about them or not.

No less awesome is the miracle of God's creations. Just as forces of gravity and internal chemistry operate without conscious human intervention, so too do God's creations go about their respective lives with no human directing and commanding. Nature is self-regulating. Endowed with God's directives, Nature knows more than we can ever master.

Most of the problems afflicting the world are the consequences of people not following the counsel of our "Rabb", or Lord. The long troubled history of the family of Adam & Eve demonstrates that some want to dominate the zephyr, to ground the dove, and redirect the river. Rather than be awestruck at the miracle of God's creation, they mock it. Yet the Mastermind produces all that is available to us each and every day.

Apki Rabb kahan hai?
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 2/17/2004
This was very lovely, How beautifully you write!

Reviewed by Sandie Angel 2/17/2004
I'd like to be as free as a bird too. This one reminds me of my own poem "If Only We Were Birds".

Good thought-provoking write.

~ Sandie Angel a.k.a. May Lu ~
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