I Stepped Off Earth I sit upon the foggy entrance that I shall see Liberated upon the army of thy God A darken place call earth, if I bring the Light to the surface, shall man continue to throw stones If I bring the water from the well, will he examine the Color of its wealth, if I set upon his feet a legacy Shall he give it back with shame. If I give the key to Gods house, shall he label it because I was chose the given key. I stepped off earth to recapture my breath I stepped down a level to enhance my strength I stepped off earth that the toxins shall never feel my lungs. Thou tears those streams, like a mountain, Thou burdens rise above thy head, Thy sing on the mighty mountain, I give it to thee thou god, Thou cup is full, And thy tables empty. The souls of the deaden that can see nothing Only the wickedness of betrayal. Which cries threw night, The words of a revival which sits upon Knackeries of a forgotten inheritance. I shall follow the light As I stepped of the flaming Fires call earth. Thy shall never conquer the screaming beast For the eyes of some are blinded with the Sprinkles of the devils dust. Oh what a web we wind, upon the Earth. Chariots of darkness, belligerency of insanity, Shackles squeeze the love from the heart. Denied self of a mind. Tasting the smell of death, Conscience that runs, Its own deliverance of self Thy diamond lace, magnificent powers, Cosmo that surrounds the leaf of thy wing. Constancy of thunder, flashy storm below thy root. I am the sacred stem of thy head, Perfection of thy rose. I thou mist of tears, I the calm of love, Whispers of God love. I shall continue to wave the flag but in my demise there will never be freedom of a dimise mind. There shall never be liberation until ignorance is sentence to death. All rights reserved Author Jacqueline Amos cc.