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Roxanne Dubarry

Rookie - 62 Points (October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

The Sign of The Cross in Heaven's Sky


Recently while coming home on Everett's Para Tranist Bus,
there only was the two of us.

Then I beheld a wonderous cloudy sign,
in the heaven above.
Truly it was a token of God's most
awesome Love.

The jet lag's ribbons
in the sky clearly
formed the Sign of
The Cross of
Jesus Christ.

Jesus wanted to remind me,
that He will love and protect me.
He will never leave nor forsake me.

Did any one else see the gigantic cross
that filled up heaven's cloudy sky?
Did it bring tear drops to your
poetic eyes!

Does any one see heavenly
signs from God on High?
Visions are there
for all of those who wonder why?

Does anybody else observe
what I see? Truly this
heavenly Cross belongs
to all who truly believe!

Submitted: Friday, November 29, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 30, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Personal observations. I advise other poets to compose poems based upon actual experiences. Yes, I did see a gigantic cross in the cloudy sky. The jets' ribbon's jet lags formed the cloudy cross.
Did I see the jets? No I did not! Who was on the bus with me? Nobody but the driver. Do I borrow words and lines from previous poems? Yes, all the time.

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