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Blessed Are You All Humanity
by Daphne Jane Molson
Thursday, April 02, 2009
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This poem and others are written for humanity and wish to comfort it, anyone anywhere. They sometimes address humanity and speak for God and any persons.

BLESSED ARE YOU ALL HUMANITY

Blessed are you  all humanity,

And joy you are who flower and live,

In ocurring aspectual death,

Who reign of all aspect God does give.

 

Blessed are you who still wish to live,

And be flowered by Jehovah's woo,

Of dying environment's Kingdom,

Knowing God might end the world and you.

 

Blessed be you, the dying,diseased,

And corrupted, God's other nature,

Who brave the burdens of life's bitter,

Who persevere to grow and mature.

 

Blessed are you  who never give up,

Who cope with all abuse God has done,

Realization God has made you,

And His coercion makes Kingdom come.

(This poem is a quatrain for it alternate rhymes at the 2 and 4th lines.)

 

Lord God Become Kingdom An Ordered Way

Lord God, become Kingdom an ordered way,

Enivronment's aspects be granted reign,

That we, humanity, may live each day.

 

God shine the sun and make dark heaven rain,

Woman and man long care for all mankind,

Well count all those who wish to come and reign.

 

Wise plant aspect with order for mankind,

Its seed and environment must prevail,

For God's abuse, our death, is too unkind.

 

Lord God make life a reign withou death's ail. 

(This is a terza rima form of poem.)

 

 

 

The Promise of A Man and A Woman

 

I shall, Man, a servant of God,

And I, Woman, a servant of the same,

Keep a promise to all of humanity,

Our Kingdom made shall always reign.

 

I , Man, and I, Woman, servants of God,

Promise to keep our Kingdom's propriety,

Of eternal environment and its aspect,

From aspectual death and the loss of its entirety.

 

I, Man, and I, Woman, keepers of God's promise,

Will never allow God's other nature to sow,

Total corruption of humanity and its Kingdom,

That we would be ended or have to die and go.

 

I, Man, and I, Woman, who keep humanity's wish,

Shall make a sanctus in a sacred place,

Where our human nature is kept alive forever,

That  we may be saved out eternal grace.

 

I shall, Man, a servant of God,

And I ,Woman, the same,

Promise to eternal protect, preserve, and prevail,

All Kingdom of this world, its predicament, and its reign. 

(This is a quatrain composed thinking of promise uttered by HRH Philip Mountbatten's wife,  HRH Elizabeth Mountbatten at Her Coronation Ceremony at Buckingham Palace, London, England the year I was five.)

 

Haiku Narrative Statement For Alex Fortye, The Wife and Vouchsafe Flower of Dorothea Fortye, 

I am a flower

That is yours Alex to bloom

I have vouchsafed you,

I have promised you

A sanctimonious life

I always love you,

I have washed this day

Myself, our house, and children

To chaste live with you,

I have every day

Waited on you my flower

To keep our vouchsafe,

You have bloomed me

You have done more, ecstasied

Me I was but  yours,

That you love me so

You may cremate my last ash

With your flesh remains,

Chaste promised flower,

Die with me that I am yours

I have vouchsafed you,

For better or worse,

In sickness, absence, or death

Alex I am yours.

 

A New Millennium Address To Humanity

Humanity, may you eternal care,

For environment and aspect you share,

For God your eternal Father's kingdom,

That life still prevails this millennium,

May your oceans, great lakes, rivers and streams,

Be kept clean that you may dream pleasant dreams,

May you plant fruit and vegetable produce,

Apple, apricot, peach, pear, plum, lettuce,

Broccoli, bean, beet, squash and potato,

Cabbage, corn, celery and tomato,

May you long care for all that you have made,

All kingdom you have engineered and laid,

Your cities, churches, cultures and courts reign,

Your titanic wealth and all its domain,

May the predicaments that are your care,

Be your eternal bask and all you bear,

May you man and woman beware of death,

That might end your human aspect of flesh,

May terrorism and it s coercion,

Not be suffered by every nation,

May you keep all kingdom's propriety,

From aspectual death's entirety,

That environment and its aspects grace,

Long prevail and reign this century's space.

(This poetic literacy is not just an address to humanity of this millennium, it is allegorical advice, thema made grammatical syntactical innovation, anaphoric statements, made refrain, resonance, and euphony. They are perfect enough rhymed couplets that won me a 24kt gold medallion and pin, I am the Who's Who Golden Poet Award Winner of 2006, for being the most extraordinary contribution of poetic literacy to The International Who's Who In Poetry of the world's largest poetry community. at ISP, 1 Poetry Plaza, Owings Mills, Maryland 21117 USA) 

 

A Shakespearean Sonnet For A Child

 

Child, creation made of God's Kingdom,

That is all environment and aspect,

Eat to grow your aspect's reign, to become

One of God's created, reigning subjects.

 

Child, born of man and woman's flesh wish,

Become human nature that learns to wend,

Keep both your parents vouchsafe wish and bliis,

Eternal God make you begin and end.

 

Child, do not be confounded by sin,

Fools not lead you to corruption's rot,

Die not of other nature in death's bin,

Be fulfilled, fulfill all that are your lot.

 

Child, reign of environment's aspect,

Bask your life of God's eternal respect.

 

( A sonnet has 3 rhyming quatrain verses  of iambic pentameter nature and an ending, rhyming couplet)

 

Ten Haiku Verses of Daphne Molson

 

A sound mind made

In a sound body is blessedness

Done humanity

 

A child made of good

Human fertility does

Rarely becomes ill

 

If you break your mind

And sinews for me someone

I will grieve for you

 

I will wait for you

Until you are died and gone

For I have loved you

 

Humanity do

Not die, protect, preserve and

Prevail your spirit

 

Aspect dwell within

Humanity's flesh nature

That death not come soon

 

I, God, will be here

When you humanity have

Corrupted yourself

 

I will come again

And again to make Myself

For, I, God am God

 

May you long believe

My kingdom does father you

And I gave you reign

 

Make sound your minds 

And bodies of My Kingdom's

Clean aspect to reign

 

(Haiku is a Japanese form of verse, of 3 poem lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively.)

 

When Death Comes For Me

When Death comes for me,

The terror, dread, and horror

It is and I'm gone,

I will have no more

Poet's words to speak and say, 

No more songs to sing,

No more piano

Works to compose and play  you

But those I leave you,

I will no longer

Have new art shows with any

Artists that sponsor,

New millennium

Artists creations making

Arts and artists reign,

Whoever you are

Fit to bear the duties of

Caring for the arts,

Please durate your care

Of all arts and artists here

That create culture,

Accumulate all

Creative endeavors of

Canada's artists,

Catalogue them all

For they are all Canada's

Heritage and purse,

They are dynasty

Made that is any nation's

Self-identity,

They are Canada's

Glory, joy, pride, honor and

Its reputed fame,

Anything of me

That makes anyone want my

Artist's creations,

Any ILP

Anthologies. CD's, Discs,

Internet acclaim,

Any poetry,

Art, music, photography,

Anything I made,

Leave them everywhere 

Seen,exhibited, and sold

And remember me,

Tell the world I am

Molson, Canadian, and

Die hallowed in fame,

For Howard Ely

Maryland Poetry boss,

Made me acclaimed,

To every country,

To prestigious libraries

Where I  have a bask,

I am his Who's Who

Golden Poet awarded

This world's acclaim,

 I shall have bask in

Death I need not fear Death's hurt

For I am kept safe,

His elite poet,

As acclaimed  anywhere

As immortal,

Immortality

Is freedom of Death, it's Peace

I am never dead.

(This haiku narrative statement is mine to you whether my flesh should suffer Death. Please publish it to 15,000,000 readers and poets at www.authorsden.com and ask them respond, for anyone anywhere might wish to write more poetry in this world that the world will have poet's wishing bask and immortality's bliss!)

 

Thank you authorsden.com, Daphne Jane Rogers Molson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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