MIRACLE IN ROOM 273

4 Comments

Tags:
  • Religion

    MIRACLE IN ROOM 273


    The doctor walks out defeated,
    Forced to question his calling again.
    As the door abruptly closes on Room 273,
    The Spirit persistently demands His way in.

    All dressed up for Death’s arrival,
    People all around,
    Body not yet cold,
    Satan has counted her for the ground.

    Consecrating this throne of doubt,
    With thoughts of Faith and Hope.
    Maintaining a reasonable measure of expectation;
    Something not identifiable by a keenly positioned stethoscope.

    It happened just like that!
    Death’s treasured possession stripped away.

    Instead of recording time of death,
    They would boastfully testify and say,
    That in Room 273,
    We witnessed a Miracle this day.

    Poem Comments

    (4)

    Please login or register

    You must be logged in or register a new account in order to
    leave comments/feedback and rate this poem.

    Login or Register

    jandh4ever commented on MIRACLE IN ROOM 273

    06-17-2009

    Wow. This poem is amazing. I love the poem. I have do agree with AshRenee on that one. I would have thought that the poem was about a birth

    orsonav

    06/18/2009

    Thank you for commenting on this poem. This poem is about the wonderful miracles that God is capable of producing. Child Birth is also a great miracle of God.

    AshRenee commented on MIRACLE IN ROOM 273

    06-17-2009

    Hmmm, when I read the title, I thought it would be about childbirth. But it's not. And I like it. It's better this way that the reader expects tragedy at the begining, despite the title.

    orsonav

    06/18/2009

    Thank you for reading my work. This poem is indeed about the wonderful miracles that God is capable of producing, and Child Birth is one of those miracles.

    Paradice21 commented on MIRACLE IN ROOM 273

    01-28-2009

    I would agree with lonewolf this poem as nicely done and written. Gave life instead of death back into this soul/person.

    lonewolf commented on MIRACLE IN ROOM 273

    01-26-2009

    I would never have thought to write a poem like this. I'm glad you did. Well done.

    To have great poets there must be great audiences too.

    Walt Whitman, American Poet (1819-1892)

    orsonav’s Poems (52)

    Title Comments
    Title Comments
    FROM THE CHILDREN HAVING NO FATHER 2
    FROM A PLACE OF DARKNESS AND DESPAIR 5
    THE LACK OF LOVE IN LIFE 7
    TO WRITE POEMS FROM THE PULPIT: THE ORSON VALLEY SERMON 10
    HEAR MY PRAYER 9
    THE UNOPENED BIBLE 11
    THE SMILE ON THAT USHER 3
    THOSE IN THE IMAGE OF ME 6
    TO TURN FROM GOD 1
    THE ABSOLUTE VALUE OF ME 2
    JUSTIFICATION OF MAN 2
    WITHOUT COMMUNION 2
    TO SOW GOOD SEED 2
    TESTIMONIES OF THE REDEEMED 2
    HOW EXCELLENT IS THY NAME 4
    BLESSED ARE THE PEOPLE 2
    THE HEART OF HIM THAT HAS UNDERSTANDING 1
    TEACH ME THY WAY 3
    JUNE 25TH 2009 THE DAY MICHAEL JACKSON AND THE MOON WALK DIED 3
    MY EYES HAVE SEEN 0
    I CRIED UNTO GOD 2
    THE COVENANT OF A FEW 1
    THE APPLIED SCIENCE OF CHRISTIANITY 2
    SONG OF A BROKEN CHOIR 2
    BETWEEN MAN AND WIFE 3
    OUT OF THE BIBLE BELT 2
    ONE FAITHFUL DEACON 2
    MODERN DAY MOUTHS OF BABES 4
    IF GRANNY COULDN'T PRAY 8
    FOLLOWING MOMMA TO CHURCH 5
    EVEN GOD RECYCLES 4
    BUT WHAT ABOUT YOUR BROTHER? 4
    ANXIOUS TO BE GOD 7
    THE LANGUAGE OF GOD 5
    FAITH WITHOUT WORKS 7
    THE FALLING DOWN OF COMPASSION 4
    AND JESUS CRACKED THE SKY 8
    MIRACLE IN ROOM 273 4
    MY BELOVED CHURCH HOME 2
    FULLY SUBMERGED? 3
    THE WORKING CHRISTIAN 2
    MORE THAN SUNDAY DINNER 7
    THE DOORS OF THE CHURCH ARE NOW OPEN 2
    LIVE FROM THE PULPIT 4
    THE DEDICATED PASTOR'S WIFE 5
    ON MY PEW SAT HOPE 7
    THE PREACHER'S CADILLAC 7
    Letter To The Unchurched 8
    A NEW DRUM 5
    Idle Man Searching 9
    With Christian Love 11
    God's Spirit In Me 13