Ultimate Decision

Vernazoa By Vernazoa, 21st Oct 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/4590j8d9/
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When we are taken out of this state of being, where will your spirit go?

Death Creeps In

Why Death?
On Your last announced
day in your spirit,
did you practice living well
before that?

Certainly a decision needs
to be made.

What would be your last
morsel?

Would you contact your
God and ask for mercy, or
let all be as it is?

Would you surrender and
ease into the promised
love tunnel of eternal life?

Does your heart belong to the
demons and devils?

Are you a fish that flounders
left and right and is lost at
sea?

My God would cut you loose.

Darkness and deceased will
catch you.

Forever may be a lonely and
uneventful end.

Acceptance of the Angels
is so satisfying...

I have seen them.

Their song was of the
heavy spirit of Love Jesus,, Warrior and Savior.

Hallelujah!

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Acceptanced, Angels, Death, Deceased, Decisions, Jesus, Love, Savior, Warrior

Meet the author

author avatar Vernazoa
I write for pleasure and have seen good and bad times just like most people. I am a twin, I have a twin brother and I also have two lovely children.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
21st Oct 2011 (#)

Powerful....

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
21st Oct 2011 (#)

I have decided to live my life like a prayer.

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author avatar Jack Wellman
21st Oct 2011 (#)

I can see that you are a prayer warrior my good friend. Wow.

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author avatar Buzz
22nd Oct 2011 (#)

You always sustain me with your poems, Verna.

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author avatar Vernazoa
22nd Oct 2011 (#)

Buzz. I hope the Lord sustains you. My words are a gift from God.

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author avatar Sheila Newton
22nd Oct 2011 (#)

This is fabulous. The best stanza for me is:

Are you a fish that flounders
left and right and is lost at
sea?

Brilliant, Vernazoa.

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