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MoonBee Canady

Orca Whales and African Elephants

Orca Whales and African Elephants
Both Creatures Demand Giant Respect

Orca Whales and African Elephants
Both, Make Music of Deep-Song Depth

Orca Whales and African Elephants
Both, Seems To Have Their Memories Well-Kept

Orca Whales and African Elephants
Both, Tower Over Man In Physical Measurements

Orca Whales and African Elephants
Both, Are A Fashion Sight One Won't Forget

Orca Whales and African Elephants
Both, Mammals - Their Offspring, They Protect

Orca Whales and African Elephants
Both, Thru Their Domains, Their Kingly Form Has Swept

Orca Whales and African Elephants
Both, Are Massive Beasts of A Mighty Project

Tho' One Is Two-Tone-Hued & One - Tusked-Set
One - Huge & Dry-Hide / One - Slick, Large & Wet

Yet, Both - From The Majestic Mind of GOD
They Loomed Magnificent and Leapt...

Tho' One Swims and One Is Heavily-Stepped
Both, Move In The Circle - Great GOD Has Mapped

Those Orca Whales & African Elephants

Submitted: Sunday, January 05, 2014
Edited: Monday, January 06, 2014

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' Orca Whales and African Elephants... '

(From The Solomon Studies Series)
(Eccl.3: 11 / Prov.6: 6 / Matt.6: 26,28,29)

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Written & Copyrighted ©: 1/4/2014
by: MoonBee Canady

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