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3 years ago  ::  Aug 02, 2011 - 2:47AM #1
Lilwabbit
Posts: 2,761

Truth Is


  


Truth is financially lucrative


And aesthetically appealing;


Practically feasible


And personally endearing.


 


Truth is emotionally awkward


And paternally caring;


Insistently wayward


Yet patiently rewarding.


 


Truth is astonishingly profound

Yet comfortably reachable;


Theoretically sound


Yet practically workable.


 


Truth is historically timeless


And punctually unfolding;


Youthfully spotless


And slowly prevailing.


 


Truth is noticeably blatant,


Yet furtively evasive;


Compellingly present


But voluntarily assertive.


 


Truth is minutely specific


Yet broadly outlined;


Shepherdless cryptic


But prophetically inspired.


 


Truth is divine,


Truth is transcending;


Truth is humane,


Indeed, for public viewing.

"All things have I willed for you, and you too, for your own sake."
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3 years ago  ::  Aug 02, 2011 - 8:25PM #2
Amycain
Posts: 4,380

you covered the topic thoroughly, and it was thoroughly entertaining!!

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3 years ago  ::  Aug 03, 2011 - 4:41PM #3
Beliefnet_jennifer
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Aug 2, 2011 -- 2:47AM, Lilwabbit wrote:

Truth Is


  


Truth is financially lucrative


And aesthetically appealing;


Practically feasible


And personally endearing.


 


Truth is emotionally awkward


And paternally caring;


Insistently wayward


Yet patiently rewarding.


 


Truth is astonishingly profound

Yet comfortably reachable;


Theoretically sound


Yet practically workable.


 


Truth is historically timeless


And punctually unfolding;


Youthfully spotless


And slowly prevailing.


 


Truth is noticeably blatant,


Yet furtively evasive;


Compellingly present


But voluntarily assertive.


 


Truth is minutely specific


Yet broadly outlined;


Shepherdless cryptic


But prophetically inspired.


 


Truth is divine,


Truth is transcending;


Truth is humane,


Indeed, for public viewing.


Very nice!

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3 years ago  ::  Aug 05, 2011 - 11:25PM #4
mommy2two
Posts: 1,134

loved it wabbit!


thanks for sharing - hope to see more from you here !


m22

"It took me a long time not to judge myself
through someone else's eyes" ~Sally Field
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3 years ago  ::  Aug 07, 2011 - 3:00AM #5
Lilwabbit
Posts: 2,761

 


Yahweh, Allah, God


may cleave mountains


may part seas


but never split hairs.

"All things have I willed for you, and you too, for your own sake."
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3 years ago  ::  Aug 07, 2011 - 7:03PM #6
Roadrunner3
Posts: 517

In reading your poem I had the feeling of "that's true" with


each statement that was made.  In the end I was left with the


feeling that truth could mean many things to many peolple


and even different things to the same person at different times. 


Very effective writing.


RR

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3 years ago  ::  Aug 07, 2011 - 8:17PM #7
Natashae
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Beautifully done Lilwabbit! Profound!

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3 years ago  ::  Sep 06, 2011 - 12:57PM #8
Lilwabbit
Posts: 2,761




Child





A Bough from the line of the Aryan Kings,


from the seed of the Prophet of Persia,


The stock of Sarah a Hatchling brings,


of Jesse and the Tribes of Judea.


 


One was born without a weeping,


exiled amid His family and kin,


A Prisoner Whom walls were never keeping,


Whose sires were barred to lock Him in.



Cut by the Crescent and pierced by the Cross,


the Pharisees ascended to their tower,


Now wielding their scrolls defiled by dross,


now stripped from their reins of power.



In the Land of Shahs before whom princes knelt,


the fate of Joseph lay ahead,


to Palestine where the Prophets dwelt,


to flow His pen on Carmel’s head.



A Child Whose fate spans the ages,


to bring alight the worthiness of man,


In His palms will empires flow like pages,


and mysteries unfold along His Plan.



In the Land of Shahs before whom princes knelt,


the fate of Joseph lay ahead,


To Palestine where the Prophets dwelt,


to flow His pen on Carmel’s head.

"All things have I willed for you, and you too, for your own sake."
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3 years ago  ::  Sep 06, 2011 - 2:39PM #9
Amycain
Posts: 4,380

another gem!!!

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