Picture This...Second World
by Gregory Haworth
Monday, August 23, 2010
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Second world is far away, to the human eye and protected by a shield
Unwanted species cannot enter by virtue of the magnetic field
On land is quite a different story, very much like paradise it is
Souls would compare this to the location Adam and Eve were, in Genesis.
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No busy transport, want to get about? Step onto a silver pebble and
Command the pebble, it will take you to your destination across the land
Above all mountain tops there are magnificent fortresses, fit for a king
Every living soul welcomes you with compassion, all wearing the 'Peace Ring'
(The ring is made with the finest gold, centred is a rare sparkling diamond
The diamond is old but it looks newly cut, hidden within is so beyond).
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A bracing breeze that blows against you gently. The relaxing wind whispers your name
Like a floating bubble in its fullness, never to rapture or put to shame
Trees with leaves of bronze and flowers encrusted with rubies, diamonds and gold
Birds singing as though they've inherited the angels voice, a story untold
The silver sea is like a sheet of glass undisturbed, reflecting crystal light
Second world, second world. Oh, how beautiful second world is in our eye sight.
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Some would mistake this as God's Promised Land because they think with their mind
If they went by the judgement of their heart, they'd realise this place is to unwind
Walking alone the path of existance, lungs embracing the refreshing air
Darkness falls and a fallen star hovers over you, like a torch taking care
Beautiful star shining in victories, no one can steal its light to keep
So peaceful...wait a sec...what's that noise? I'm waking up to the alarm clock BLEEP!
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