My Favorite Book - Poem by Saint Eule
Translated from Hebrew to Greek,
Every jot and tittle to seek.
Translated from Greek to Latin,
on print like silky satin.
Translated from Latin to the preferred,
many versions of the word.
Written text in careful hands,
but not what God demands.
The living word is the person to be,
may be the only book someone will see.
Scripture is important
inspiration from above.
Yet - Transformation is the key,
an example of Gods love.
Not written by an apostle, prophet or guru,
My favorite book is you.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Be an example of Gods love.
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