Marcetta Hospelhorn

(Port Richey, FL, USA)

Constellation Design - Poem by Marcetta Hospelhorn

Constellations, our heavenly configurations,
Whose purpose is to govern earthly situations,
And, Biblically, we've discovered a revelation,
That they were part of God's divine creations. Not only to divide the day from night
But upon the Earth, to shed their light,
Psalms tell us they were designed and named,
With none of them structurally the same. Man drew pictures around them in time
Regardless of their position in line;
Concern that future generations couldn't find,
The beginning or ending of the circular design. He, with understanding, had totally foreseen,
Lack of knowledge in generational succession;
For this reason, the Sphinx was a genius invention,
To decipher alpha from omega for governing perfection.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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