Welcome to discovering Divinity in Poetry. An easy way to grasp the simplistic rhythm and rhyme of poems that will enlighten and direct your soul to God of the Bible. Enjoy!

Poem

The Shifty Wind

The Holy Spirit is a Shifty Wind.

Scaling tall trees & mountains.

He springs up like a fountain.

He Instills fears and laments,

But, He remains true like cement.

His presence  speaks thru parlance,

Our wicked souls, He viewed askance,

His justice & mercy kissed in Christ,

The Spirit left the bloody Sacrifice.

He leads thru the narrow corridor,

Saving few liars and whoremongers.

The Saints shift from Earth to Heaven,

The Spirit resurrects the sinful fallen.

The heathen shun His grace forever—

They will suffer as lost brethren—but

Christ redeems as our Loving Savior.

Darrel Venable

Divinity in Poetry

Still Looking

As I peer thru my windows, this is what I see?

Divorced spouses refusing to keep company.

What is marriage which falls short of eternity?

Their flaky vows falls, as sparks vanish like fodder.

Couples arguing repeatedly escalating lauder and lauder,

Never really satisfied, like chasing a grasshopper in weeds.

Many spouses want to leave, when hearts are left to bleed.

Is it all about loving her? Am I able to fulfill her needs?

Should I postpone a mate, while another thrill relieves.

Why am I feeling so guilty, when I refuse to date a mate?

Devices will never exceed a woman’s personality trait.

I’m feeling homesick—ready for Heaven’s glorious fate.

Perhaps that “woman” is waiting extemporaneously.

Will her beauty shine from sunrise-to-sunset graciously?

I wonder, am I willing to love her indefinitely, and faithfully?

Darrel Venable

 

Still Looking As I peer thru my windows, this is what I see? Divorced spouses refusing to keep company. What is marriage which falls short of eternity? Their flaky vows falls, as sparks vanish like fodder. Couples arguing repeatedly escalating lauder and lauder, Never really satisfied, like chasing a grasshopper in weeds. Many spouses want … Continue reading Divinity in Poetry

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