By Alexander Davis
After 9-11, american citizens have been pressured to acknowledge that each one was once now not correct with the area. yet within the resulting years, a lot of the rustic has been lulled again to sleep, oblivious of the greed and hatred that linger—and develop strong.
Poet Alexander Bryan Davis has witnessed many darkish occasions in his approximately seventy years on the planet and is aware his justifiable share of conflict, having served in Vietnam. for you to do his half to rid the area of evil, he chooses the tough street of a watchman and provides earnest warnings via his poems within the desire that folks will repent and go back to God.
Gritty and actual, Apocalyptic Poetry by no means shies clear of the fact that we're in grave possibility. yet although it can be too past due to prevent the doom that's coming, this choice of visionary verse nonetheless grasps the prospect that therapeutic and wholeness can be discovered during the love and charm of God:
“I may possibly permit those strategies finish on a notice of depression, but if they went to His tomb, our Lord was once no longer there.”
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