Roxanne Dubarry

Rookie - 152 Points (October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

The Watchmen #2


The Watchmen who wait,
Mighty men and rulers,
Determined their
Ultimate Fate.

The Watchmen who died,
Because they would not lie.
Many tear drops their people
Did cry.

The Watchmen predicted
The comming of Jesus
Christ' first birth.

King Herad and his soliders
Did serch, but did not
Find the New born King
Of the Jews.

The Watchmen failed to
Believe that God
Sent His beloved Son of
Man to His earth.

They did not believe
In His miracles,
Or in spiritual rebirth.

Many Watchmen believe
He will come back again,
To rapture His friends.

The Bridegroom will return
For His bride.
In the twinkling of an eye.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
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LOVE IN CHRIST JESUS!
Roxanne Lea Dubarry
June 25,2013

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