i'd say the #2 has etched its genius
on the pale, ruled stock for the last time—
(imagine when Paul said that, scribbling his
preach and practice between the lines at the foot of a fiery cross)
but the truth is, my work is ephemera;
the etch of a keyboard stroke imprints only
as long as the flaming feet of a
a night of horror when closer to an edge
why post hale is frost and sessions ready grow indelibly
but this graph of tornadic activities is in seasons that link with terror
as these sounds are supposed
dead by nightfall there in rounds a vacuum as a bog
with the stream in time always lore
that hinds are grouped
and in deep silver rose heart but with matching lines
this cryptic fisher afield puissance
en route to parallel city of god
Upon Finger of Hope
Sweet Spring of Life
Again And Again
Daughter of Smiling Adoration
Harp Strings Majesty
Sweet Holy Song
Written Upon a Hammers Blow
An Artists Brush
A Mind of Bits and Pieces ever Floating
A Bit Young .. I Thought
..But Not Really
For Your Innocent Beauty
Is Commitment to Life
Protection Loves Circle
Shrouded Starlights Glory
None Shall Have Your
For Your Heart
How Inspired is this Rocket Ship
of Fate That Bares this Night
Ever more Friendly does it Shine
Electricity of a Black Sky
From the King
Lovely Evening For a night Sky..
The Apostle Paul was a saint but he was a sinner in the beginning.
He killed Jesus's followers and Jesus struck him blind for sinning.
After Jesus sent Ananias to restore Paul's sight, Paul changed his evil ways.
He vowed to be Jesus's Apostle and preach the gospel for the rest of his days.
Paul began preaching that Jesus is our savior.
Some people became infuriated by his behavior.
They planned to have Paul put to death.
He was warned about this and he left.
After leaving, he continued to preach the gospel and made tents for a living.
Even though Paul was a former murderer, Jesus knew that he was worth forgiving.
Paul was worthy of forgiveness and so are today's sinners.
If people put an end to their sinful ways, they can be winners.
— The End —