CHRISTIAN POETRY # 9 – BALANCE IN THE WORLD

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BALANCE IN THE WORLD

When the Lord saw the man, he’d created, was alone
He created a woman out of a bone.
When the Lord saw the light, he created was good
He separated it from the darkness as fast as he could.
The Lord created balance in the world.

When the Lord created a plan for each of us, it had equity
He made sure all shared a common destiny
The righteous and the wicked, the good and the bad.
No one could escape the plans he had.
The Lord created balance in the world.

Everything in his brilliant mind had a place,
And a time for everyone in the human race
From having to die to waiting to be born
While some will be happy, others must be forlorn
The Lord created balance in the world.

The Lord created Heaven
The Lord created Hell
Depending on how we’re going to behave
Will determine where we’ll go once in our grave
The Lord created balance in the world.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

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STATUS REPORT # 135

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As I’ve probably told you in my previous posts, I’ve never been a religious individual, yet I’ve now got a resurrection appearing in my live.

If you bother to check the reviews I’ve been doing recently [link to my Amazon profile: https://tinyurl.com/y83l8h4m%5D, you’ll already know there’s been a definite increase in the numbers of Christian Book reviews I’ve been doing which in the past week has reached just over 60%.

Not only has this been occurring, I’m now into writing Christian poetry, and have done about 9 poems so far, and I’m also looking at writing Christian Flash Fictions, stories similar to the one’s I’ve got in my book “Micro Fiction – An anthology.” And if this continues, I’m probably going to be self-publishing my first Christian book containing a combination of these two items.

Adding to this, I’ve found a long-forgotten manuscript of a regular NA Contemporary / Second Chance romance novella I’d entitled “It Had All Been a Game,” which I’m now in the process of resurrecting into one which will be more of a Christian nature.

When you combine this with my regular personae and erotic personae, I feel as if I’m returning into someone with multiple personality [like Sybil] as each of the genres I deal with causes me to interact differently with people contacting me. And if I do eventually publish a Christian genre book, I’ll have to use a third name to write the book under.

The strange thing is, having three different genres to deal with, it seems as if I’m beginning to have more and more time to do each one.

Please check my reviews out, as you might find your next book to read, or to give as a gift for the upcoming holidays.

Have a BLESSED WEEK with whatever you’re going to be doing, as well as with your families !!! 😊 😊 😊

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 8 – LIFE CAN BE QUITE TEDIOUS, BUT…

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LIFE CAN BE QUITE TEDIOUS, BUT…

Day in, day out, as we toil each day
To wait every two weeks we get our pay,
And when we toil we must stand on our feet.
Until it’s time to have something to eat

Every morning we eat the same each dawn
The same is true for our lunch we eat on the lawn
We come home and the wife kisses us at the door
Which is why we always must her adore.

We pray each day to see some change,
As long as it won’t be strange.
For there’s only a single thing we must always endeavor
Is loving our Lord the same yesterday, today and
forever.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

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CHRISTIAN POETRY # 7 – IT’S NOT SUPPOSE TO BE THIS WAY

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IT’S NOT SUPPOSE TO BE THIS WAY

The Lord created his people and wanted certain things.
So, when they die, they can get their wings.
But what’s happening with some is quite awful
For they’ve forsaken their faith, and have become sinful.

There’s no real love for others, but only for themselves.
It’s so bad, they can’t ask Santa to be one of his elves.
There’s greed in their hearts with the lust for money.
You can’t even sweeten them with the best of honey.

They’re now boastful and proud
And have audacity to be scoffing at God.
They’ve become disobedient to their aging parents.
About their behavior their ears are now deaf to all comments.

People who still love and know them quite well.
And if they continue, people are fearful they’ll wind up in hell.
For there’s only one thing that can mean their salvation.
Which is to pray to the Lord to give them a holy revelation.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 6 – QUESTIONABLE LOVE

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QUESTIONABLE LOVE

How can I sense that I’m still loved by my mate?
Love is blind they say, but the neighbors ain’t.
He tells me that he loves me, but that can’t be so.
For they tell me his heart is with another and that’s my woe.

However, the Lord knows he’s mocked me,
So perhaps I’ll flee and from him be free.
But in doing so, I must forsake my marriage vow.
Something the Lord doesn’t allow.

So here I before going to bed I pray
My love will finally see the light of day.
Remembering I’m the one with whom he wanted to forever live.
Being a Christian woman, if he does return, him I must forgive.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 5 – TWO OF MY FAVORITE THINGS

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TWO OF MY FAVORITE THINGS

We all have favorite things
Like the music from a harp’s strings
The first for me is the fruit of a tree
The apple is beloved my me.
And thus, my stomach is satisfied
For this is the truth, I have not lied.

Now, let me move on to my heart
For I’ve got a beloved among men
And has been with me from the start
I will say it again and again.
For my guy is the Lord,
And being with him, always strike a heavenly chord.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 4 – READING A SINGLE CHRISTIAN BOOK

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READING A SINGLE CHRISTIAN BOOK

I’ve really never been of the religious sect,
And it’s been this way since I’ve been a kid,
I never questioned my parents, they had my absolute respect.
And if I didn’t, I’d be in trouble heaven forbid.

As a child in school, I only read books needed for class.
Because I wanted more time with my friends.
I only wrote reviews to get a grade that would make me pass.
And if I didn’t pass, how would I make amends.

Growing up took a long time to find a mate.
For I’ve suffered with physical malady when people looked at me.
Eventually, when we finally wed, in our lives it was late.
We wound up having no kids, couldn’t adopt, it was meant to be.

Getting on in my years, I’ve become a voracious reader of books.
And writing wonderful reviews, for each one as well.
There are scads of books on my pile, and of which gets overlooks.
Why the change, I can’t find a reason to tell.

Now, recently there’s been another change
I’ve added a new book genre to the books I do.
And given my life so far, it seems sort of strange.
For adding this genre, I don’t have a single clue.

For now, I’ve got a passion for reading Christian books,
First it was five out of ten, now it’s three out of five
The percentage is increasing if anyone looks
This is the truth and is definitively no live.

As this is going I still love reading/reviewing my other stuff
From children’s book to those of a naughty type
Amazon saying I’m the tops in True Crime, should be enough
But, now I want to be tops in Christian Books, isn’t a hype.

Now, my reviewing these books has even changed.
Because, in some I’m even quoting scripture, and must find verse’s source
I know I haven’t by any means become deranged
For there must be a reason that I’m on a certain course

And so far for each review, here I’ve posted a link
My curiosity is now making me uncertain on one thing
I’m wondering about my reviews and what others about them think
Without a remark I’m sad, and getting positive ones will make me sing

As far as I can tell, I’m still basically the same kind of person
Yet my passion for books to review has been altered
For Christian Books, I still definitely a layperson
And all others haven’t at all faltered.

Perhaps what is happening isn’t unique.
Perhaps reading habits of others have also been transformed
And for me what did it take
How about READING A SINGLE CHRISTIAN BOOK?

© Robin Leigh Morgan – September 2018

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