Nndanduleni Nelson Nemaranzhe


Oh Bless Me Lord 2 - Poem by Nndanduleni Nelson Nemaranzhe

Shower me with the fruits and veggies
The results of heavy rains and grain
Bless me with the light-rays
The light-rays of the sun and of moon
The wealth from the mountain tops
From the valley bottoms
The wealth from the sea bed
From the bush fire flames
Like Moses and Shadrack and them
All the blessings from the earth's belly
The goodies from other planets
From everything man choose to create and make
With the fullest animals may give
What wood and stone can offer?
Bless me with what the sky can release
Whatever evaporates from the earth?
Bless me with what is written on papers and scrolls
On stones, minds and on hearts-oh God
With what is said with different mouths and pictures
Bless me with the abundance of all seasons
Of winter snows and spring winds
Of autumn airs and of summer rains
Blessings from the east, west, north and south.

The goodies from all airs, road, rail and seas
And from all kinds of oil, continents and trips.
Moreover thy Word oh Lord
The abundance of thy grace and mercies
Thy anointing and salvation my God
Thy favour in faith and in gifts Lord
More of thy power and fire day in or out
When I stay or go, make me glow and flow
Bless me with the wonderful family and friends
Ministries and churches, even abundance of land
That on the last day when I grow and go-go fulfilled
To be alike to the morning star-shining
Through the blessings and glory
Everyone will realise that am the blessed
And call my offspring to the last generation blessed
And clothe them with scarlet and finery
For the Blessings of Abraham-Jacob-Nelson about them.

Topic(s) of this poem: prayer


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  • Nndanduleni Nelson Nemaranzhe (4/24/2018 4:17:00 AM)

    Blessing can also means to be edified. Therefore we need more Blessings for us to be more than enough. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 5, 2018


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