Spiritual Analogy - Poem by AHO Speaks
I could write several sermons about bananas on a tree
Beginning with who put them there for you and me
Why are they so close to human reach
In the direct sunlight they never bleach.
The fruit covered to protect the inside
Food for the innocent, the deceivers and also those who lied.
Next is the sister who provides the substance to drink
Do not these words make you think?
The skin of the coconut protects the inside
Drink for the innocent, the deceivers and also those who lied
Two older trees will continue to grow but no longer bear
Just in all things; our God will select another, for us to share.
10-06-05 Aho Speaks
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