Treasure Island

Jubril Balogun

(Sept 21 1980 / Ogun state, Nigeria)

Adam And Eve

The birth of nature
The seas and the sky
Word formed a gesture
Then there was light

Then was the day
So was the night
The firmament hence came to place
HE called it heaven and raised it high

The earth laid in green
Bedding trees and vegetation
Grazing became ease
For the animal nation

A dirt was taken
Therefrom the earth
A breath was given
Hence was Adam

HIS is the image
Fashioned in likeness
Angels bowed in amaze
In awe of HIS knowledge

The need for a mate
To share in the bliss
The Eve from HIS grace
Born of his ribs.

The beauty of creation
The clouds and the winds
God's work in fruition
Borne in Adam and Eve

Submitted: Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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