Black Poetry : Gabriels' Horn Blowing

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  1. UL820

    UL820 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Sound creeps into sleep
    Awakening memory tears,
    my fears. Slowly interrupts
    like erupting volcanoe
    Then rumbles a rumba
    of rapture. In biblical
    promise of epic portion.
    Of blown open windows
    by good overflowing.
    Coming surely like thunder
    announcing rains renezous
    with dark-eyed clouds.
    Welding wetting and roaring
    into a nourishing raiment.
    Cleansing,renewing,raising
    after humbling,firing Son/sun
    seek.Endowing uplifted and
    causing up looking.Truly
    thankful for having heard
    Gabriels' Horn Blowing
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    lowin' tunes in my ear

    lt da horn sing
    again and again

    com'on poet write dem wordz
     
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    Re: lowin' tunes in my ear

    This poem resonates spiritual longing, a thirst yet to be quenched, a gentle fire burning brightly!
     
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