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To My Neighbor


I lift you higher,
lift you out
of your body cells
stuffed with anxiety
of your past -
an evil load that smells.

I'll fill each cell
with love and joy
that makes the
angels dance.
You'll glide through earthly
filth and stench -
a spiritual trance.

From your youth filled eyes,
your hands
and feet,
a holy peace shall flow,
so you and I
be filled with grace -
let us be still
and know.

William Hermanns
[P527]

Seelentränen


Seelentränen sind Gedichte,
rot mit Herzblut aufgeschrieben,
tiefem Menschenleid zum Ruhm,

Lies sie still in reinem Lichte,
unbeschattet,
frei von Trieben:
Du betrittst ein Heiligtum.


Wilhelm Hermanns
[G001]




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P300

The Three-Dimensional Man

 What has become of modern man:
A dust of myth, a myth of dust.
He's but creation's mockery.

Man's ego, how it changed our earth
to a hunting place for scarlet lust,
for scavenging greed and slavery.

Blest be the three-dimensional world
owned by our touch and ears and eyes,
by taste buds with big belly belt.

Blest be machine, how it is loved
by the white hand. The black hand sighs.
Revolution can be smelt.

Custodian of a dying culture,
his ego makes his intellect
an ever recycling compost heap:

Recycled beer can, woman face,
and pleasure bed. The home is wrecked.
Let religion creep but business leap.

What a feast for demons: The ego's friend!
They make creation's seventh day smile,
the human being, their tool and toy.

Cement mentality needs no Bible,
man's vision is the atom pile
for robot-soldiers to enjoy.

Man's purse is Mother Earth's demise.
Intentions, seldom conscience fed,
speak, "I or you." Not "You and I."

And so his genes are a breeding place
for lust. The demons share his bed
to his last breath, but asks he why?

His child is fed by sinful hands,
no conscience molds its genes but lust
So grows the three-dimensional human.
His future: Bombs and dust.

                                    William Hermanns [P300]
     

Note:  P300. The Three-Dimensional Man; 1970's

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