Connect

Poem By ...C Cleverly

Both you and I, great and small
Are born to die or rise and fall.
The laws immutable
Are not disputable
So say all

Neither moon nor galaxy
Is immune to gravity
The laws immutable
Are not disputable
So say all

Yet such laws are hokum
When one soul unbroken
Can connect a thought
Unspoken
To us all

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