Ezekiel - Poem by Aram Stefanian
I wish I was close to you by the river of Chebar
To watch the heavens open and see visions of God
Were you scared to behold the four-faced creatures
The cherubims with three animal faces, and one of a man?
Was the noise of their wings like the noise of great waters?
Did you talk to the man sitting on the throne?
Do you remember clearly the man clothed in linen?
Did he scatter the coals of fire over the city?
Where did the cherubims go after they were lifted up?
And were the four wheels assigned to them?
If I also stood at the door of the east gate of the Lord's house
His glory would certainly be over me above
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