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Divine Intervention

Divine Intervention for me truly does exist
 for I've been shown it, by a true state of bliss.
As I jumped my mini bike, off a small ledge
 then to the handlebars, went my un-helmeted head.
I flipped over the handlebars landing in some sand
 my friends told me the accident, truly was quite grand.
They carried me in the house, and laid me in my bed
 little did they know, that I would soon be dead.

Leaving my body in tunnel made of light
 to anyone who experiences this, it is truly out of sight.
Landing on a pathway unsure of where to go
 I took a good look around, even looked down at my toes.
Looking down a pathway at a tree shimmering in gold
 I then looked down at the grass, to enjoy feeling it with my toes.
The weight of the world off my shoulders did fall
 all the problems I had in life, I could no longer feel at all.

As a glowing being came up to me from behind
 they said to me softly," Dan, it's not your time."
I said "No, I want to stay here with you, in this blissful place!"
  though I was unable to recognize, the very look of that persons face.
They said, "No for you, it is not your time."
 "to the earth you must return, until a future date and time."
Again, I said "No!" and turned to then run
 though as they touched my shoulder, my time there was done.

As I was yelling "No!" back into my body I was thrown
 then I sat straight up in my bed, still yelling "No!"
With a sharp pounding pain, that burst from my head
 amazed at what just happened, I realized I was dead.
Then I went upstairs, to see my friends sitting around
 and I told them I went to heaven, but I was then thrown back down.
I guess what a couple moments in heaven, back on earth was a couple hours.
And the distance you fall from, is taller than our tallest towers.

So I'll now let you decide, if this intervention was truly divine.
For me it was a life changing experience, I'll keep telling until the end of time.



Danny boy: 9-22-14
Contest: Divine Intervention, by Justin Bordner.

    


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