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Heaven's Orchestra 3: Another heavenly-inspired acrostic poetry collection with angels

Updated on September 2, 2016
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As a former poet and a novelist, Kristen Howe has three novels under consideration for agents. She also now freelances for Upwork.

Listen to the heavenly sounds of music when angels play in an orchestra

Beat Those Drums

Thanks everyone for commenting on my acrostic hubs since this past spring. I really appreciate it. Thanks for letting me share my decade-old poetry with you guys. I realized I posted reed organ in Heaven’s Orchestra 2, which should’ve been jazz organ. So much for copy and paste. Enjoy this new collection of eight acrostic poems, almost just in time for the holidays coming up. I do have so special longer pieces of poetry that I might share towards the end of the year.

Lyre and Acoustic Guitar

Lyre

Lustrous musical instrument of glory from strings,
Yesteryear’s granddaddy of the harp,
Rich in melody and harmonious tunes,
Enters our heart and soul with God’s healing love.

Acoustic Guitar

Angels play a beautiful serenade,
Clouds follow an universal parade,
Overwhelming emotions of true sentiment,
Understood by all with God's only godsend,
Spilling stardust into moonbeams,
Twinkling stars in bright light as it seams,
Illuminated by the contrast of twilight,
Caring sweet nothings heard by lovers to say goodnight.

Great percussion instrument for an a cappella song,
Unearthing feelings from the heart so strong,
Into the dawn of a new start for a day,
Tell-tale signs of Earth for peace and love to stay,
An entrance of true promises for a sweet afterlife,
Remedies the hurt and pain through strife.

Lute and French Horn

Lute

Last known angelic musical instrument in God’s band,
Usually known, only through history and art,
Twilight enters the pearly gates through notes of woodwind,
Elongates the white carpet of light for eternal life.

French Horn


Fragile muted notes of everlasting harmony,
Richness through song of brass,
Eternity reaches through realms of musical peace,
Nurtures the sick with a curing melody,
Calms feelings of anger and hate,
Heaven’s horn heralding salvation to all.

Horn and Jazz Organ

Horn


Harmonious tunes played by invisible hands,
Orchestrations by angels on platforms of clouds,
Rhapsody reaches out with a helping hand,
Notes now brings forth promises of eternity.


Jazz Organ

Jumping notes of choir from Heaven to Earth,
Angels sing the praise of God’s love, life, death and birth,
Zealous harmony of white ivory on top,
Zesty music of God's symphony, non-stop.

Original music heard across the world and land,
Reaches out in all religions in church to understand,
Glorious rhythm synchronized to a beat,
Always reminds us to be wholesome and complete,
Nurtures the night sky with twilight, even in no defeat.


Tuba and Electric Bass

Tuba

Tender tune of grandeur from invisible hands,
Unique touches to a grand musical instrument,
Blends with a brass bleat in a combined delight of depth,
Angels add the bass-toned notes to cue.


Electric Bass

Eternity plucks the strings of this electrical sound,
Loves to hear it be heard, loud and clear, with a bang,
Elevating a sharp kick to a heavenly band,
Choir sing songs of love, peace, happiness and joy,
Twangs of electricity ring through the air,
Inclinations of sound waves moves the universe,
Claps with thunder and lightning, to move it back and forth.

Brass beauty full of notes raise high above us,
Angels lower the white light ladder of warmth,
Spins and weaves a tune of rich antiquity,
Splendid harmony intermixed with secular melodious songs.

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      Rachel L Alba 18 months ago from Every Day Cooking and Baking

      Hi Kristen, What pretty poems. In some of them I could almost hear the music. Thanks for sharing.

      Blessings to you.

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      Kristen Howe 18 months ago from Northeast Ohio

      Rachel, thank you for stopping by and commenting as always. I'm so glad you enjoyed them. You're welcome.

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      Linda Crampton 18 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

      Your acrostic poems contain some lovely imagery, Kristen. I enjoy reading them.

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      Kristen Howe 18 months ago from Northeast Ohio

      Thank you Alicia for those lovely words. I'm so glad to hear that.

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      Surabhi Kaura 18 months ago

      This is lovely! I might also try writing an acrostic poem. Blessings.

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      Kristen Howe 18 months ago from Northeast Ohio

      Thanks Surahbi. I so appreciate it. Acrostics are fun to do.

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      18 months ago from New York

      Beautiful read, keep it up I'm gonna pass this along to family and friends! :)

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      Kristen Howe 18 months ago from Northeast Ohio

      Thanks Rabadi. I will later this month.

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      Dora Isaac Weithers 17 months ago from The Caribbean

      "Zesty music of God's symphony" makes me hear the Baptist church organ. So many musical phrases, all beautiful. Quite unique!

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      Kristen Howe 17 months ago from Northeast Ohio

      Thanks Dora for your kind words!

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      Susie Lehto 17 months ago from Minnesota

      Wow, this is a brilliant! You had to have been inspired to write this.

      I love it, Kristen.

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      Kristen Howe 17 months ago from Northeast Ohio

      Susie, it's always lovely to hear from you my friend. Thanks so much. I did when my grandfather died a decade ago just about.

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      Sheila Brown 17 months ago from Southern Oklahoma

      What beautiful poetry! You are very good at this! :)

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      Kristen Howe 17 months ago from Northeast Ohio

      Thanks Sheila for loving my old angel poetry. I might bring out another batch of poetry next week.

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