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HIS HIEROGLYPHS, by            
First Line: Like phantom symbols placed throughout the world
Last Line: And then, remodel life by god's own plan.
Subject(s): Books; God; Writing & Writers; Reading


Like phantom symbols placed throughout the world,
Communications come from Him to each
Of us. He uses hieroglyphs for speech.
He gently tells us that He has impearled
His love within the wind, which He has hurled
Around the earth. His hieroglyphs may teach
Of His embrace, but too, they overreach
The minds of men, as symbols are unfurled.

He writes the sunset on the western slope;
Unfolds the buds; and speaks when fledglings cry.
His hieroglyphs are such that any man
May read, and gain therefrom the right to hope
That he may grasp the message, if he try,
And then, remodel life by God's own plan.





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