Dr.Michael Brown

Rookie (7-02-1958 / Syracuse)

God Created Poetry


In the beginning God created the rules and the principles

That would govern His metrical composition.



Day one: God created metonymy and nature declared

The glory of God and His composite unity



Day two: God created the simile and man compared all

Things with like or as



Day three: God saw that the simile was alone and He

Created the metaphor. And God called them

Comparisons



Day four: God created personification and man gave

Names to all of the animals



Day five: God created meter and all of God's creation

Moved in perfect harmony.



Day six: God created exposition and it was clearly

Understood that love is God's nature and His

Divine purpose.



Day seven: God ceased from all of His works and set apart

The Sabbath. And God said that on this day

Mankind should rest and meditate on His Word.



Time Lapse: The critics of God became entangled with

Hyperbole. In doing so man separated himself

From the Creative Genius of life: God so loved

His metrical composition that He sent Jesus Christ

To inscribe the elements of poetry upon the hearts

Of mankind

Submitted: Sunday, March 10, 2013

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