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They Dwell in the Future's Past
by dan Rosenhagen
Saturday, August 07, 2010
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moving from here to there, and to the other side and back

 They Dwell in the Future’s Past

 

You may tell yourself that you don’t believe,

in the reincarnation of our soul after we leave.

 

No one really knows how life works after we are here,

many get religious just to satisfy their fears.

 

All things in life are relative to each other. the only difference is,

we all have our own mothers. All living things cast out their seeds,

creating a new home for life’s entities.

 

Where do the souls come from? I ask.

I think they dwell in the futures past.

 

Why is there pain in the beginnings of some lives?

I think it’s because their soul needed this strife.

 

It’s like a tree that started to bend,

when the right branches are trimmed it grows taller again.

 

I once knew a man, when he was born he was blind.

He developed sensitivity in his other senses in time.

 

We all know people, who have suffered from a great loss,

to understand life’s joys and pain, is our eternal cost.

 

All beautiful and tragic things develop our living soul,

but after its learning time here, it still has to grow.

 

Our bodies are vessels for our soul to live in,

they came here to gain from their spiritual domain.

 

The physical dimension is special to them,

in our mortal center, they are born again.

 

They wait to take up where they left off from before,

magnificent perfection creates birth,

and opens the door.

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Reviewed by Walt Hardester 8/9/2010
Excellent ponderings on a Monday morning.

Walt
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