DEAD TALKING; DEAD TALK

(August 12, 2007 by Carl A. Patton)

 

Editors Note: Beloved we come this way by way of the Spirit. Fault not your own human understanding as we go with the Wind.  Therefore many tales will be told however some will come to pass and some will falter in the past. We lift up our hands holy unto the Lord. Peace never be still as Peace moves with the Saints to Glory. (23 July 2009)

 

 

No one would rise up

from the grave before

time. Nor would the call to

Judgment come from the mantelpiece,

the ring around one’s finger are a

locket cast as an albatross around a fools

neck.

 

Ashes and crushed bones cast to the wind

from yonder mountaintop would see not the Judgment

nor would the foul wretched ashes and ground

bones cast in the great Sea. However many still

called out to a foul wind.

 

These were the dead talking.

So went a world filled testimony

of customs and traditions.

Many just went with the flow

as they cherished not the right

to choose your own colors.

 

Those walking also talked.

They told tales of dead men

who talked about black nights

and the temporal pleasures

that they knew would end.

 

Life meanwhile was found among

the righteous as they toiled

among the vagabonds resisting the

dead weight that clutched

at all that existed.

 

But there was a land far

beyond the dead men and the

dead talk.

 

Sadly many dead men knew of this

place at least some said they did.

But some came to believe

that they could still get there

talking about the dead.

 

Some believed not that Peace

and Paradise existed.

These dead men reeked with

a death odor as they sought to live

a life of the dead as there was

no other life to live.

 

Peace and Golden Paradise, Carl A. Patton a willing slave and servant of Almighty God and Christ Jesus writing for the FreedomJournal Press a God Fearing Free Press 23 July 2009 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.

 

 

 


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