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Glorious Being
by Mark A. Rockeymoore
Monday, January 16, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Glorious Being...
Existence beyond measure.

The stars sing praises to His name.
Jehovah Jireh…
Lord of Hosts.
The Alpha and Omega.
Sing praises to the Utmost.

Two brothers walking down the street
In the Hood, no stress, just chilling,
It’s understood, just another day
Around the way.
There’s nothing different, until
The sky is rent by a resounding horn.
One covers his ears and turns his head
His brother is gone, called by
The Song of Life.

Glorious Being…
Existence beyond measure!

The stars sing praises to His name!
Jehovah Jireh…
He is the Lord of Hosts.
The Alpha and Omega.
Sing praises to the Utmost!

Man and wife lay down at night
After a long day at work and an
Evening fight.
The daily toil runs through her head,
Then the horn rings out and she hears
A shout!
She sits up and the covers fall,
Her husband’s gone and her tears
Confirm the worst of all
Her fears.

Glorious Being…
Existence beyond measure.

The stars sing out praises to His name!
Jehovah Jireh…
He is the Lord of Hosts!
The Alpha and Omega.
Sing praises to the Utmost!

The Heavenly Host singing Hallelujah,
The Son yet shines with the Holy Light.
Tomorrow’s not promised,
We only have this day
To live our potential
And follow the Righteous Way.
As Warriors of God
We stand tall in His name
And banish all Evil,
Our passions to tame.

Glorious Being…
Jehovah Jireh…
The Alpha and Omega.


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Reviewed by Sandra Mushi 1/29/2006
Amen!! Wonderful reminder that tomorrow might never come - that we should all live in God's love. Beautiful spiritual and inspirational write, kaka Mark!

God bless,

Reviewed by Only A Poet 1/23/2006
wonderfully penned, very unique and inspriring.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/21/2006
A powerful testimonial of faith, Mark. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 1/18/2006
What a wonderfully creative approach you have taken! Whatever
we call the great creative spirit that is within each of us and becomes even greater and more powerful when we connect in a genuinely meaningful way, it is what makes life worth living. MORE. I love the way you have used concrete images and ordinary people to
make your point. We are so small, the Power. . .what you might call The Possibility. . .beyond great. Light too bright to look at straight-on, but you have given us a glimpse. I n s p i r i n g.~~~'Pea'
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/17/2006
Most uplifting piece Mark!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Bennett 1/17/2006
Praise the Lord for he is great and his mercy endureth forever. Oh how i love the Lord for he first loved me. There is not a friend like the lowly jesus no not one no not one. Praise the Lord for this has made my heart exceedingly glad for the spirit of the Lord tells us when we are wrong and i feel so bad sometimes but i immediately ask God to help me walk as a single woman with desires in the midnight hour.
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 1/17/2006
God comes to us in many forms, even though HE has many names...

A wonderful write, Mark!

Lucky Star Sandie May Angel :o)
Reviewed by J M 1/17/2006
He has so many names and meets us in each one this is a praise piece of beauty! Ty for sharing your light here.
Reviewed by jude forese 1/17/2006
most uplifing! luv the audiopoetic version ...
Reviewed by E T Waldron 1/16/2006
Unto the Lord sing glory and honor forever Amen! Awesome Mark! You fired up my spirit, Now I have to do some praise singing!Thank you for the highest high! Amen!

Reviewed by Nordette Adams 1/16/2006
Hallelujah! and Amen! This is my favorite audiopoetic of yours so far, Mark, and I've liked them all. Rave unto the joy fantastic of the ninth heaven. :-) ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 1/16/2006
There is no promise of tomorrow and we would all be wise to get our house in order today and let love rule our thoughts and our actions. It is easy to be cruel or ungrateful but these things are not fertile soil for personal growth or enlightenment. We should embrace who we are, all that we have and revel in the glory of all creation. Carress and inhale the rose, worry not about its thorn, for tomorrow when the sting of the thorn is a faded memory the fragrance and the tender feel of the flower will still be alive in our soul. Wonderful work, Mark!
Take care,

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