colin st. leger lewis
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29 april 2016

What do morals do?

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What Do Morals Do - Poem by colin st. leger lewis

And when the sacred winds had slept
a milder breeze arose
sensuous feelings genuflect
fatigue now indisposed

While gently they may speculate 
on fears the night might hold-
right now we bask and gravitate
to nature's soothing soul

If Nature reigns preeminent
then what do morals do
but form the psychic regiment
enhancing tangible views? 

Now if morals provide the detriment
of cruel unbelieving fools
then God I'm sure is evident
on crowns where there're no jewels. 

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