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Harvest of spirit

The sunflower in the garden follows the sun
Down the country road children will run
The golden grain in time of harvest smells with delight
It murmurs ballad of ancient Gods from times long gone

The sun shines on earth with all its majesty
The clouds look like ships with sky being a sea
The sun caresses the clouds and child’s soul
The gold sunset above the lake is spellbinding 

Then light of the sun appears violet as it is reflected by the clouds
The mesmerizing beauty makes one feel like he is eating a dream
The orange and scarlet is magnified by dense air
But something is different about this sun it has patterns intricate and sublime

As the night covers the world with its sacred spell
The moon shows its silver blue countenance
The light of the moon is mysterious, mesmerizing
It is hypnotizing 

Somewhere in Africa far away
Mngwa a ferocious giant cat looks up at the same moon
As this awesome hunter goes on a prowl
The world is gripped in boundless dread

But here moon has gentler side
It reflects the soul of souls
As rods of light at base pumping the mind beyond time
With their surreal beauty essence of thought they expand

The moon visage is 
Beyond destiny as it flies through abyss
The concept as divine only as idea it exists
Yet it is real and it is bliss

Even more profound are the powers of soul of souls
Its version of beyond destiny is truly something divine
And the system grows through abyss
Creating tsunami of thought in which spirit is truly free


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