Where we belong is called the ground,
for it holds those who feel broken,
and can heal the less outspoken.
Where we belong can still be found,
in our poetry, or its sound.
Try to make it be sweet music,
either with soft notes playing quick.
Where we belong can change weather,
try to be fickle like feather
don’t choose sides, be liquid and quick.
Where we belong, can words define?
can poetry tell of it all?
Will it be real or just appall?
I bet you know it won’t align,
not even metaphors benign.
Where we belong, horses have lived,
evil genius never outlived.
There, there’s God, man and then there’s hell,
so I’ve read when bad rings the bell.
Something tried and never outlived
Where we belong can be called home,
It can be the raiment of God,
not the type that covers jihad.
There’ll be Abels and Cains to roam
and sons bearing the name Jerome.
Where we belong can be a gift
Learn to use words to give men lift.
If they are dead, respect their graves
For to the ground we are it slaves,
and where we belong has a rift.