Dark blue and dull,
Is power’s hull.
As dull as the dark clouds in the sky,
Despite its volume of time,
Its presence presides
In ocean water rising.
At the shore of the sea,
On the coastline,
The wave forms a hook,
It’s crest reaches a height beyond the horizon.
It attempts to subdue, to suppress,
A macro scale by its very own steps.
It chooses to weigh down
All voices of fearlessness,
To wash away peace, and heavenly light
To embolden global fright across existence.
This evil partitioning of humanity’s dress
Shall create its own reckoning of incendiary death.
This prospective crystalizing, spewed forth,
In the dark hours of morning’s breath.
Two weeks ago
God shined his light on a land mass.
On a known place of the human race,
He colored it’s body green space,
Green for it’s flag,
Or for coveting face?
A few days ago
In separate location,
I saw a leader dressed in green stature.
His uniform was stiff,
Like both of his lips.
He was standing in the place of awakening,
From past to present facing,
The human race and its hope
In the breathing of life’s breath.
Those who purposely, abusively and unjustly,
Trample the dreams of innocence,
Shall receive from God
The Judgement of eternal damnation.
Those who vilify
The peace and restful energy
Known as the Cup of God’s salvation
Shall bear the burden of burning in,
The great furnace of unfathomable heat,
A heat as deep as
The eternity of God’s power in creation.
Those who ignore
The understanding of the LORD
Shall be cast forever into
The dark pit through Sheol’s doors.
Those who wash themselves clean
By sincerity in reaching to the LORD,
Choosing to ask for forgiveness,
To rest in quietness and repentance,
Will be saved, freed,
By our LORD JESUS,
From the tethering ethers of
Satan, his ungodly, dark angels, and,
Their deceptive energies.
Those who choose to see
The all encompassing beauty of
The glory of our LORD, and give thanks for,
His everlasting, ever loving kindness, and,
His omnipresent being,
Shall be free in the tranquility of
His cup of salvation
Thanks be to God.
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