by Londis Carpenter
Wednesday, June 11, 2003
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(to honor a friend)
Can God be found on the internet? If so, where will He be?
Will I find Him in a chat room? Or is a forum more likely?
I think I would know by the words He writes if a prospect true ly was He,
To all He would proffer His Benisons, His true Prosperity.
Health and Enthusiasm are products He would be likely to vend.
Gifts not to be bartered for money, neither withheld from any man.
There are those who worship true deity, God net-working with man,
So I need not go to a web page; He will come to where I am.
I know that God is on the net; I know that He must be.
I know that I have met with Him there and He came to dwell in me.
And I know this will be an accomplishing day. (Itís a Metcalfe paradigm).
Its the exponential of the Telecosm, reaching all the way into heaven.
So take a digital trip in your Ether ship, in communion with Godís sons,
For when we commune with Angels we gain untold Benisons.
When a name revealed answers to an exotic fidelity sound,
When schematic visualization echoes praise of Allahís Name,
When Emmanuel which means God with us, is followed with ben-YEHU,
Then, just as I found god living in me, I can see that He lives in you.
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|Reviewed by Eva Black (Reader)
|It takes a great being to see the good and the spirit of humankind; and takes courage to show one's heart. You have them all, and your kindness is that - that inspires - and becomes a paragon.
Happy productive 2005.
Eva Black, BFA
|Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader)
|A most wonderful poem......He is a special man.......and your words will do him proud!
A lovely write, Ty, Dani
|Reviewed by Katy Walsvik
|Lonny, you have honored a most honorable and fine human being most honorably! He is, by any measure, one of the kindest and most sincerely fine people on the whole of this Den. His words are always welcome and his heart and thoughts, so pure and magical. I tip my hat to your piece and to his being. Wonderful writing! katy xox. p.s. and I have some "catching up" to do with you, I see. (smile) katy xox.|
|Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen
|And honor him you do, Londis. I asked Andre, once, what his name meant. He told me it meant "The Living One in The Presence of the Man Son of A Friend of the Son of Time/Eternity". Isn't that beautiful? And it suits him, as you so eloquently penned. With Andre's help and thoughts of unity, I, too, think Mankind can and will improve.
I've been rereading Andre's work with a clearer eye. I've had his 'A Dream' up for the last twenty-four hours, contemplating, thinking, and dreaming that one day we will fly 'home', on the winds of Love.
The best of life to you, Londis, my friend.
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
|I receive Your gift, Most Sublime Poet, with the
pearls of my heart's smile shining!
I missed reading this poem, but I am certain that
on the day You wrote it, a rainbow of Grace melt on my face.
Thank You for this precious gift.
Healthy Long Life, Most Sublime Poet!
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Londis Carpenter
|Margarita, He is a god of many magnitudes. He has given gifts to men (and women). I am so thankful for the gift He has given you and that I have had the priveledge of meeting you here.
Graciella: Welcome to the authors den and thank you for your kind words, which also sweeten the air here.
|Reviewed by Ivan Frota
|This is wonderful. I like the message throughout the poem.
|Reviewed by Graciella Pennacchia
|Very beautiful and profound composition.
This is my first visit to AuthorsDen, and I like the air here.
Poet Londis Carpenter, you are a man of wisdom and love. Now I am you fan.
|Reviewed by David Livingstone
|... An inspiring poem in a tribute to an inspiring man by an inspired Poet.
This is a blessed day!
Thank you, Poet for posting.
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
|Londis, excellent words and tribute.|
|Reviewed by Margarita Caligaris
|I am very happy to read a piece of literary work of this magnitude.
It seems that we as humankind are improving.
I am certain that your "IN", Poet Londis Carpenter, expresses Sacred Words. Words that can create Union. You are Inspired and you inspire people.
I thank you for Your divine words, and leave here some words by Poet Bendavi ben-YEHU
"WHAT MAKES A GREAT POET IS NOT THE NUMBER OF PAGES SHE/HE WRITES, BUT THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE HE/SHE CAN INSPIRE".
Thank you for sharing Your heart.
|Reviewed by Mark email@example.com
|Like this great write|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|excellent tribute to a fantastic poet!|