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Llewellyn Fair I Esteem TheeOpening bread baskets
But only crumbs remain
To satisfy a hunger
Deep in the machine
My eyes scan the countryside
All a-bloom in flowers bright
The urge to discover where you're hidden
Is keeping me awake at night
Even the red satin robes
Of the cognoscenti
Cannot dissuade me from my path
In due time I shall rescue you
May bolts of lightning
Strike such vicious chords
In DeLaupierre's black heart
As to incinerate it entirely
Leaving him to the mercies of the sea
"Return to me, Llewellyn!! Return to me!!" I cried aloud.
I will search for you until
The mountain summits shake and crumble to the ground
And all breath of mankind has been revealed as nothing
Then shall I be free
To run, to rejoice...
GloryOn streets of gold you'll find me
Wandering the lanes and alleyways
Of a city built by a King
Whose Name is in my heart
Ramparts shine in that eternal Light
Emanating from the One
Round the throne sing seraphim
Crying Holy, Holy, Holy is the One
Who Was and Is and Is To Come
Oh mighty innumerable Host
Angels resplendent in power
Who ever live to serve
Our God, Creator and King
Stand valiant in your ranks
Upon His beck and call
He unfolds the Universe as a curtain
Aligning the galaxies, planets and stars
In perfect symmetrical precision
He watches each sunrise and sunset
Across this spinning globe we call Earth
We are all in His domain
May we be ever mindful of this truth
That we are His caretakers still
Even as Eden sinks into ancient history
As part of Mankind's inaugural anthem
So let us give thanks where thanks are past due
To the One Who Created and guided us
Who spared not His Only Son
That one day we might sit down beside Him
Unnatural Causes"At least she/he died in their sleep."
"Thankfully it was quick."
"Well, these things happen."
"There is a time for everything."
"Doc says it was natural causes..."
Is that the order of things in this life, on this planet? Yes.
That does not mean it is natural. Inevitable, yes. Normal, no.
You believe what you will. But I believe in Christ, and in Creation. That Man was never originally intended to die. Death entered this world by means of sin, and that through Adam.
So, knowing and believing that is true, tells me that death is an irrevocable consequence of sin. It is not normal or natural or right or good.
This is not intended to be a sermon. Rather, I'm just venting on the fact that while I understand how things work, that does not mean they are good or pleasant.
Thankfully, God provided Christ so that through faith in Him as ones Lord and Savior, that person will live with Him in eternity, and not suffer eternal death and separation from Him and their loved ones
Neveldschoenit's only a while longer
then sleep comes
better to wait to dream
than to never dream at all
calling my name
in your flight of sorrow
lead me on to the carousel
riding horses, geese and unicorns
i'll follow them to the rabbit hole
in a wood dark and deep
past all the green fountains
shimmering in the sun
waving goodbye to the women
along the promenade
down this murky hole
to lands beneath an copper sky
above rusted steel plains
riding my skeletal stallion
into a murderous sunset
red and gray ashes shift like dunes
as we gallop towards Hell
Ekaterina In FlightBlack acceleration folding
Light into pain
Shivering in the cold
Of your empty stare
If your eyes weren't Antarctic blue
I would not be lost
Endless leagues of wind-driven snow
Speak of the cold fury in your mind
Chandeliers emitting crystalline sparks
Across the ballroom floor while
Ekaterina executes a pirouette
With Tsar Nicholas at her side
Let the violins play my dear
May the choirs sing of your
Till then I'll play the marionette
Performing for your fascination.
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