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  353.     

I WOULD BE LOST WITHOUT YOU GOD

I would be lost without you God
I depend of you in my life
God I may have found
In a plane
In a street crowd
In a maze
In churches
I would be lost without you God
Because you are everything to me
God you are an awesome wonder
You are beautiful to me God
God help me to be a better man
You are here God and present
In every place I go
God I have a strong bond with you
I would be lost without you
You keep me alive every day
What more can I ask for?
All my troubles are over
You made me a better man
You gave me love
When I needed
You comforted me
When I was crying out the blues
Now I have a reason to smile
Because you made me a better man
God it is not good for me to seek revenge
Because something bad I would get in return
And it may haunt me for life
I would be lost without you God
 
Aldo Kraas

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  354.     

A Spirit Sped

A spirit sped
Through spaces of night;
And as he sped, he called,
"God! God!"
He went through valleys
Of black death-slime,
Ever calling,
"God! God!"
Their echoes
From crevice and cavern
Mocked him:
"God! God! God!"
Fleetly into the plains of space
He went, ever calling,
"God! God!"
Eventually, then, he screamed,
Mad in denial,
"Ah, there is no God!"
A swift hand,
A sword from the sky,
Smote him,
And he was dead.
 
Stephen Crane

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  355.     

Sonnet: Heaven Is For All Good men

God's Salvation is meant for all mankind;
'Tis not the right of any one great clan;
The Heathens too from Nature, God's code, bind,
Thus, God will be revealed to every man.

Each one gets judged according to his ken;
And so, God's judgment is the best and just;
His Mercy is for sinners and all men;
What love God shows to men he made from dust.

We know of God thro' something we call 'Faith';
God makes Him known in ways umptine, with ease;
The saved aren't just ones who well Creed sayeth;
All men can realize God's mental peace.

God made all men; Heaven awaits all souls;
Nevertheless, God gives each man new roles.
 
Dr John Celes

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  356.     

The Divinities

Mount Olympus was the chosen site, for the divine event
Zeus' instructions and details, having been ordered, were sent Mercury and Hermes, the messengers of the gods, carried the invitation to all
The invitation, from Zeus and Jupiter, rulers of the gods, was for a grand ball The Greek and Roman gods and goddesses, were expected to respond to Zeus' call
Their presence was requested, at the gathering, in the grand hall First to arrive, were the goddesses of love, Aphrodite and Venus
Their beauty surpassed all, never showing a sign of meanness Apollo, the god of light, medicine and poetry, arrived on time
Then came Bacchus and Dionysus, the gods of wild behavior, and wine For the night, appeared the gods of the sea, Poseidon and Neptune
Leaving their duties, and the tides, to be guided by the moon Eros and Cupid, the gods of love, were seen milling around
While Hypos and Somnus, the gods of sleep, made no sound Aries and Mars, the gods of war, made passes at the ladies
While being watched, by the gods of the underworld, Pluto and Hades Artemis and Diana, goddesses of childbirth, were summoned to center stage
Along with Gaea and Terra, symbols of the earth and mother, to write a new page Upon completion of dinner, Zeus and Jupiter, declared the purpose of the feast
Standing before all, they ordered that Earth, was to be the new goddess, of Peace.
 
R. David Fordham

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