Robert Pettit Poems
|1.||Salute To Ryan Howard||4/20/2006|
|2.||What Kind Of New World?||4/20/2006|
|3.||Where Is Saipan, Michigan?||4/20/2006|
|4.||The Miracle At Cana||4/20/2006|
|6.||The Midwest Boy Killer||4/20/2006|
|7.||An Amateur Art Critic||4/20/2006|
|8.||A Disobedient Prophet||4/20/2006|
|9.||John Chapter 17||4/20/2006|
|12.||An Antichrist In Guyana||4/21/2006|
|13.||General Black's Dream||4/21/2006|
|14.||Habakkuk's Divine Colloquy||4/21/2006|
|17.||Deborah And Barak||4/20/2006|
|20.||King Solomon's Judgment||4/20/2006|
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King Solomon's Judgment
He was now sovereign of the land of Israel.
Following in his father David’s steps, he ruled well.
This land had never displayed so much prosperity.
No king would ever be more powerful and wealthy.
The Jerusalem palace now showed great opulence.
However, he employed great wisdom and providence.
David said, “Walk in God’s ways and obey each decree,
Then He shall in turn keep the promise He made to me.
If your descendents adhere to My commandments well,
someone will always sit on the throne of Israel.”
Solomon kept his word as his father lay dying,
to be ...
Through forded streams, nostalgia seems, to be a sense of Nordic Dreams
The pathways to yesterdays, appear to retreat to ample schemes.
Broken nails and nightingales lighten up your brooks and streams.
Take a lock of broken stock to see what truly seems.
Lilt repose in lily throws, is knocking at my silken chair
Through the slits, the moonlight sits, its gaze upon my flaxen hair.
Opportunity flaunts as debutantes, in appearance gracefully debonair.
Gentle words floating from the birds,