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The Coronation

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0 posted 08-15-2009 02:16 PM       View Profile for zaaclindsay   Email zaaclindsay   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for zaaclindsay

Come graceful dancers, dance for me
To the songs of shadowed jewels
who take their rightful place
With open hearts let their voices
come to be heard

Smile for me, my little clown
for the villian serves the Master
Move the wind across these strings,
blending separate, all to one

Mark this day, my wounded dreamer
Reason, my prophet oh, so sage
Lend your wisdom that binds the heart
to innocence,of things unseen...
of living pages finally turned

Poet, write the psalm
of wounds now healed
Against the grain, against all hope
Through colors comes reunion

Scents and hues untouched unspoiled,
become the tinted glimmering
within the eyes of faith
and in the flower of grace abundant

Find yourself, my angry rebel
throw your mantle in the fire
Take your issue too long borne
cast it from this field of green
into the anger of the sun

Fear no more these gifts from heaven
the seal is broken; let them flow
into a river rushing down
leaving mists bright glistening
on the wings of doves in flight

Rise to your honour, mighty princes
and fair maidens
To sit once and forever;
bound together,
and safe within my heart

Smile children once again,
for your warriors peace,
in eyes of tenderness is found,
in the smile of the Master

Cherish the sound
of children singing
while the hosts of heaven
stand in awestruck silence
of the bride before the throne

Sing for me, my minstrel child
my champion and my jester
Let loving spin a fantasy
that all must find revealing

To that mountain shining, raised through fire
Fly, oh my beloved, and take this sweet redemption
Come my living hidden faces;
come my bride
to My coronation
You need never hide again


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1 posted 09-24-2009 01:00 PM       View Profile for Lighthousebob   Email Lighthousebob   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Lighthousebob's Home Page   View IP for Lighthousebob

Your poem is so radiantly filled with most jovial and heavenly images that my heart’s compelled to hear the Groom say, “Come!”

Thanks for sharing and God bless,


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2 posted 09-29-2009 07:12 AM       View Profile for GBride   Email GBride   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for GBride

This poem is absolutely outstanding.
Such exciting images. I'm stunned!!!
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since 09-23-2009
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3 posted 10-06-2009 05:11 PM       View Profile for Lorenn   Email Lorenn   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Lorenn

thanks for your replies.


your reply caught my attention because your response to it was exactly what I see one envision the sights on that fine day...when we all get together...what a day of rejoicing that will be.

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