Pearl short poem

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Somewhere amidst the tangles of troubles
Is hidden a pearl pure and subtle . . .
That enlightens our heart
To feel the untouched, unknown and unheard
In which burns the flame of spirituality
To reduce into ashes the crave for materiality . . .
Leading the way to ourselves, crossing the bars, piercing through the curtain . . .
gives a life more calm and plain.
Keeping the ray of hope alive
in the thunderstorm of disappointment and frustration,
defines true illumination.
Behind all that is beautiful . . .
is hidden a pearl-
The omnipotent immortal in mortals . . .

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Keith Wilson

absolutely beautiful. a very positive and “illuminating” poem

thank you


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