To Create, Eliminate
Of every city, of every street
Where Carpenters hands curve to meet;
By towers tall to alleys thick:
Built within, brick by brick.
Where blossoms bloom and roses spread,
From tip to toe, from toe to head;
Sunsets trickle, lunar birth:
There shall set the sea, the Earth.
Chapels sprawled on brimstone shores
Guiding light, where light implores
Crossing heathens, dark of day;
Teaching them the blessed way.
Beaming, gleaming, burning well;
Fire, fire, far from hell:
Placed aside a' mortal spire,
Molded sweet, as sweet is dire.
Soils swelled on blankets jade,
Colors where the past will fade;
Twined by root, burned to sage
Ashes in this modern age.
Beauty, beauty, what we shape,
And what we make is what we break;
Beauty, beauty, through us all,
Living life, till life does fall.
Cursed by God beside our gains,
Nursed beneath His mighty reigns;
Rushing, running, all men full
Pushing, pushing, few to pull.
Is not in justice, gentile law,
Nor Heaven high to va