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Who Am I
by chuma obum
8/04/2011 / Poetry
I'm a rare enterprise
Adorning the corridors of our creator's paradise
Capture any glimpse of my shine
And be eager to see His majesty divine.
In all corners of His glorious household
I'm a faithful vision to behold
I'm also a distinctive work of art
Well crafted to bring forth light from any dark part
As well as to grow fullness from emptiness
And because my existence glorifies His everlasting presence of excellence
I'm not only His tool for honour
But also a vendor of His splendour
And even His angels know that like the morning dew
My beauty is always born anew
To compliment His ceaseless creations so pure and so true
In other words, am an indicator of hope and heaven too
A close companion and a special agent of the Master
Who in the genesis of time made us as we are
Surely I'm the aroma of Christ our saviour
A sweet smelling fragrance of God's grace
And a fabulous flavour of His divine favour
Therefore, soaked daily in the purity and holiness of His blood
And rooted in the power of His body and word
I'm a fruitful tree flourishing heavenwards.
Author of Healing Words for the Soul
Chuma Obum is a gifted wordsmith & a sage of simple truths who is renowned for his creative depth & solution-oriented personality. He is passionate about touching lives through inspirational words,written or spoken. Visit http://truewords.com.ng/ to find out more about his lifework.
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