If God Was a Poet

May 12, 2010
By Anna Halaburt BRONZE, Atlanta, Georgia
Anna Halaburt BRONZE, Atlanta, Georgia
2 articles 3 photos 6 comments

Give me space to fill,
Give me darkness to make bright,
Give me matter to mold and Earth to build.

Let there be birds to fly,
Let there be dogs to run,
Let there be fish to swim and man and woman to watch.

So let the grass grow tall and the rain fall hard,
For the mountains shall grow high, and the caves grow deep.

The sun and the moon shall chase each other, dark and light,
Giving contrast to this World of Mine,
in which I have created.


The author's comments:
This is a poem about God created our World, and shows what He planned for it, and that he ment for us to take care of it, and not go against nature.

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AbbyQ PLATINUM said...
on Jun. 6 2010 at 2:34 am
AbbyQ PLATINUM, Fairbanks, Alaska
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Favorite Quote:
"When the coroner cuts me open, he will find ink in my veins and blood on my typewriter keys."

I love it! Way to incorporate God into an awesome piece of writing! I love the lines "So let the grass grow tall and the rain fall hard / For the mountains shall grow high, and the caves grow deep." great job! In Him, AbbyQ.

on Jun. 4 2010 at 11:55 pm
Joeytheteddy GOLD, Redmond, Washington
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Favorite Quote:
Sometimes, life throws us curve balls. And it is not our job to watch the pitch, but to swing. better to swing for the fence than to go down looking. you never know, one of these days, you could possibly hit a homerun.

i like the random flow to it, very nice

on Jun. 4 2010 at 7:49 pm
cammandocid BRONZE, Portland, Oregon
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couldnt agree more, i like that style also of taking the perspectice of someone else


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