This is a third attempt on a praise poem I was trying to write(may change it later). Anyway, I hope you enjoy this. I’ve just gotten back to trying(emphasis on trying) to write poetry again after a long, long time of being away from it.
I love prayers to God and Christ. They lift up our needs, hopes, desires to God, but oh, to Praise God. It does something for me that nothing else does. It lifts me up above all my problems somehow. It feels like it helps me transcend earth and places me at the foot of God’s throne. We get to dance at the foot of the throne with all His angels in purest joy!
I hope this version of this poem might be able to brighten your day.
Praise God, Praise God.
Angel whispers induce
my empty ears to listen,
Repeating heavenly phrases,
These nuances toward an upward path.
Until louder and louder
The words ring and peal,
Encouraging, echoing in bolder syllables,
each strident unending recitation.
Until as a rising crescendo,
A symphonic cacophony,
Their fiery words ring out.
Praise God!! Praise God!!
Joy is born
As voices repeat.
Each dropping pearl,
Purest sound, falls to earth.
This recreation of
Desiring to live among us
And bless each earthly horizon.
Thus, this our praise
Mimics and echoes,
Reverberates in the above vaults of glory,
a holy essence of each earthly heartbeat!
3 thoughts on “Praise #3”
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First of all I would like to say terrific blog!
I had a quick question in which I’d like to ask if you
don’t mind. I was curious to know how you center
yourself and clear your head before writing. I
have had a difficult time clearing my mind in getting my ideas out
there. I truly do take pleasure in writing but it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes are generally wasted simply just trying to figure out how to begin. Any
recommendations or tips? Kudos!