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Alone, out there in the darkness and nearest to the sky,
I reach up on high, to my Adonai.
Up on high, it is He Who saves me from the perils
Of wickedness in time,
Take me, my Adonai, imprison my heart from an
Incomplete love, my only crime.
Oh, let these words be a testimony for all the
World to believe our romantic story,
For it involves a prince reaching upon high so
That his Adonai may receeive all Glory.
Therefore, together out there in the light
And nearest to the earth,
I reach up on high, to my Adonai, for all that it
Is worth.


In dedication to my love, my Adonai.

Sincerely,His prince
The Skunk, Preston McKenzie

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The following comments are for "Up on high, my Adonai"
by skunk3632004

"Poem itself is well written"
Dear Desvelado,

Thank you for your compliment, "Poem itself is well written." And, yes, you correctly interpret some of its meaning. I am a sinner and in need of forgiveness by God, my Adonai, because one of Jesus' commandments is to love the Lord your God with all your heart and for a while now I have done a terrible job of living up to that. In fact, I hardly even pray anymore like I should.

Again, Thank you.

Sincerely,
The Skunk, Preston Mckenzie

( Posted by: skunk3632004 [Member] On: June 16, 2008 )





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