The Second Woe (poem by me)

God will appoint two witnesses,
witnesses that prophesy,
prophesy for 1260 days,
days of verbal virtuosity.

Even the rain will wait and listen,
listen to the two with power,
power to invoke plagues,
plagues and fire that devour.

Then the men will be attacked,
attacked by the beast,
beast that kills the men,
men who lay deceased.

Then God will breathe,
breathe into the two men,
men once dead now alive,
and taken up to heaven.

Then the earth rumbled,
rumbled and killed some,
some dead from the second woe,
woe number three yet to come.

This poem is based on Revelation 11.

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Wrapped Up in God’s Word (poem by me)

Ruth and I go to lunch,
David and I dance sometimes,
I am blind with Paul,
and often weep with Jesus.

In the Scripture, I make my bed,
I live there and sleep there,
among the words,
I believe them,
They are all I see.

You can find me,
in a pasture of Psalms,
swinging from a fig tree,
When the branch breaks,
I fly into the Lake of Galilee,
And swim in God’s mercy.

I hoist the sails,
for the Holy Spirit,
See, I have become part of the ship!
Look at my palm and you see
w o r d s.

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