EVEN GOD RECYCLES

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    EVEN GOD RECYCLES


    Upon the death of man he becomes but that of recycled dirt.
    Sure GOD had a plan for preserving,
    And continuation of HIS perfect earth.
    Even as man continues to destroy the creation,
    With unthought-of reckless hurt.
    The creator plants invested greens,
    To reverse this senseless curse.

    For Jehovah led the rescue way,
    As He took the things that man would throw,
    And unsafely tucks away.
    To renew their purpose,
    To be used a new,
    In a rapidly,
    Approaching,
    Distant day.

    He commanded them to take the plastic,
    And stretch it along some more.
    To take the cans and refill them again.
    To proactively cease, this wrongful-
    Polluted sin.


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    Trea commented on EVEN GOD RECYCLES

    08-04-2009

    Reading this poem allows me to think of how God recycles man. We are made from dirt and he breathed life into us and over time we pick up junk as live life, but we have a God who takes a clump of dirty clay and places it on the potter's wheel and shapes & molds use until we become that whole and beautiful piece of His creation. This is truly a deep piece! Keep writing!

    jademelissa74 commented on EVEN GOD RECYCLES

    05-31-2009

    "For Jehovah led the rescue way," Amazing poem! I am glad that God recycles good deeds. I've used a few recycled ones myself :) Congratulations! I love it!!!

    nhorlandi commented on EVEN GOD RECYCLES

    04-17-2009

    protect the environment, the earth it is the only home we got, nowhere else. A wonderful tribute to environmentalists, particularly to Mr. Al Gore, good work!

    lonewolf commented on EVEN GOD RECYCLES

    04-16-2009

    wow! God is definately in control.

    Poetry is what gets lost in translation.

    Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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