The Heavenly Kingdom


What if the world were one?
What if there were no dimness, but only the sun?
What if lies were truths?
What if wars were none?

What if cold were warmth?
If weakness were strength?
The world would be a kingdom
Where heavens’ whispers would make,
The deaf no more dumb

Dream whatever you may dream
Fences would one day break
To build the heavenly realm
Where the voiceless are heard
And the heart beats of orphans become words

Believe whatever you may believe
Behold whatever you may uphold
In the heavenly kingdom there is only one truth to be told;
That beginnings have no ends,
That felicity to the infinite time will extend.

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