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Discussion in 'Spiritual Poems' started by zaac, May 11, 2011.



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    Eagle cries 'neath the warm spring moon,
    divined with the call of the King of Kings.

    Old souls, assured of Heaven's promise
    walk on water smooth as brook stone.

    A feather laid in yellow oil 'neath a shamans bed;
    a prayer of faith in kindness

    kept the hummingbird singing,
    always singing, even in February.

    I saw one once in February,
    but I think it was an angel.

    Some call the natives pagan;
    believing in gods wrapped in fur and feathers.

    Yet they are simply messengers,
    as the angels are to us.

    And whose to say it isnt so?
    Does not Jesus say,

    "I have children you know not of;
    hidden treasures held in my heart."

    He who has created worlds with a smile
    has walked with me through the night forest.

    Bold and strong, He hears our heart,
    and sings our prayers at the Mercy Seat.

    He speaks of needs we cannot say.
    The Holy Spirit is the Great Wolf to some.

    Why do you marvel when He says
    you speak of things you know not of?

    I am not sure how much time God gives me.
    Its why I say so much at once.

    I'm afraid I might forget a thing
    that causes you to fall.

    My hope is built upon
    the foundation stones of Heaven.

    1400 miles cubed its walls will be by Revelation
    and God will be with His people.

    And the earth will be made new;
    no more tears, no more sorrow.

    God will see it
    and He will say, "This is good."

    "Of the remnant came my chosen;
    Jew and Gentile, black and white."

    You, me, them, us;
    its all the same.

    And it is not His will that one be lost
    in a world six billion strong.


    Posted By zaac | May 11, 2011
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    Super, David, Superb!!
    Bravo Poet!!
    Love you,
    Starry.


    Posted By stardust | May 28, 2011
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    MsJacquiiC Poetica Magnifique

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    Agree with Ms. Starry - Now that I've actually read it, I think this piece is really superb, nicely scribed with some really beautiful concepts. The part I quoted above really personifies the concept of all-inclusivity which I like a lot.

    Thanks for the share - and I hope you are doing well after your surgery...

    Jacquii.


    Posted By MsJacquiiC | Jun 5, 2011
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    Not that you care what this here weirdo thinks but, i have to confess that i read the first 4 lines and never bothered with it at first. then i saw Jacquii's comment and read it and, it's actually pretty great. i like the blend of conviction with openness as well. best intentions comin your way.


    Posted By jakeminick | Jun 6, 2011
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    nomadicrhymer JPiC Premium VIP Member

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    I agree... this is a nice mix of hope and guidance as well as the message of love.

    Nomad :beach:
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    Hi David,

    I am here reading your superb poem again, Zaac, David.
    It is very clear to me. The verses are very well laid.
    The message is outstanding. Bravo, poet!! You have done it again.
    I hope and pray you are getting better and healed after your surgery.
    David, please, let us know the updates about your dear health.
    We all love you and miss you around here. You are a great friend, David.
    God loves you too, and keep you always safe!!
    Hugs, Much Love and Blessings,
    Starry.:tybow::tybow::tybow:


    Posted By stardust | Jun 21, 2011
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    zaac Banned

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    thank you all for the comments on this piece. much love.

    z


    Posted By zaac | Oct 10, 2011
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    not to cause contention, but its not about inclusivity. that was written for those who think some peoples are pagan because they do not understand them. the only requirement for inclusion is the belief that God is who He said He is and Christ is who God said He is. Other than that, it's just a matter of trust. It's pretty much learning how to get off one's high horse and acquiesce to the plain truth that we are not in charge nor were we designed to be.


    z


    Posted By zaac | Nov 23, 2011
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    MsJacquiiC Poetica Magnifique

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    okay - you just ruined it Mr. Bighead.
    Here's a quote for you ==> If it ain't about inclusivity, it ain't about Jacq ;)
    And you know this man. Bla bla bla and bla...


    Posted By MsJacquiiC | Nov 24, 2011
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    lol! :beach:

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    lol...no offense taken. god bless

    z


    Posted By zaac | Dec 10, 2011
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    MsJacquiiC Poetica Magnifique

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    Well that's no fun -I meant to be offensive!! yehehehe - No I didn't actually.
    Anyway = you so silly. Have fun at open mike nite! Sounds awesome.

    J.

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