by Maurice A. Williams
7/20/2007 / Poetry
Were I a spirit, pure and free,
I'd occupy no space.
Be granted immortality
And dart from place to place.
To be all thought, no mass, no weight,
No arms, no legs, no eye;
No need to eat, to sleep. How great
To know I'll never die.
I start complete and fully taught.
From nothingness, I come.
Existing now (before was naught),
A work completely done.
Maurice A. Williams
Author of "Apocalypse: Four Horsemen Three Woes." http://www.geocities.com/mauricewms2003.
Williams is a semi-retired Director of R&D and still works as a consultant. He is married, lives at home, and has four children and six grandchildren.
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