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DUROJAIYE ADEBOYE

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The divine God of nature part 1 (introduction)


I am the divine God of nature
Strong and powerful
Beautiful in glory
All was made and formed by me
I created the sea, clouds and sun
Separated the night from the day
The earth and all that dwell there in is mine
Am the divine force of nature
The all seeing eye of mankind
Speaker of great power and knowledge
Bringer of life and death
Am the four spirit of nature
The spirit of life, death power and knowledge
Again the life bringer and taker by death
I have dominion over all
Am the divine God of justice
Power, knowledge, life and death belongs to me
I rule by peace and I judge by war
Seeing all and knowing all
Am the true God of justice
The divine ruler of nature.

Submitted: Friday, November 15, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 15, 2013

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It a simple poem with simple language for the readers to read and understand and basically it is just an introduction to who the God of nature is with time we wil read more poems posted by me about the divine God of nature but for nw enjoy dis

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