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The Rhyming Creation

Updated on May 21, 2019
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Elijah believes when someone knows something they can say it different ways so he's giving the entire Bible's message in poetic verse.

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The Rhyming Creation

From the garden in Eden to the fall of Babel’s Tower

is a symbol of this world’s morning until its noon hour

before Abraham begins the setting of this world’s sun

that completes its setting shortly after Mystery Babylon.


Eden’s in the east says Asians started family and territory

while Cain’s land of Nod is the Americas origin’s story.

When Abraham begot Ishmael it began the afternoon’s fall

as Jacob the snowman destroys this temporal world and all.


Adam’s in the east was a year’s yellow budding spring

with American natives developing a mass of things

while Africans brought the created to its full fruition

as freezing white snow clears it for a new civilization.


That year’s end left alive only a hand full of man

with the responsibility to replenish earth again

before to the last they all into the sky ascends

except Alpha and Omega by who another world begins.


Man of evening world have no bodies that gives birth,

they have alternate bodies for a sunless and alternate earth

is why a few were left at the previous world’s ending

and a few from the alternate world will have an ascending.


As the alternant bodied man and earth complete their stay

man find themselves where let there be light god say

and is written the evening and morning was the first day

as evolution produced the forms for another morning’s stay.

And The Beat Goes On! ~~ 20 May 2019 ~~ Elijah A. Alexander, Jr.

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  • The0NatureBoy profile imageAUTHOR

    Elijah A Alexander Jr 

    3 weeks ago from Washington DC

    Yes I know you are about fun, Eric, that's why I said it.

    And yes, I had to throw in an unrealized is biblical concept of evolution for any who might stumble upon my writings.

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    Elijah A Alexander Jr 

    3 weeks ago from Washington DC

    I have overcome judging, Manatita, so it's just another civilization's morning that's soon to become her evening with their different cadences that flows as poetry.

    Thanks for your reading reading it, brother.

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    manatita44 

    3 weeks ago from london

    Another morning's day. Another glorious day. isn't She beautiful? She's filled this place with flowing cadences.

    Lovely poetry, Bro.

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    Eric Dierker 

    3 weeks ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

    OK you got me. I am far more silly than serious :-)

    OTOH I really did like this notion -- "As the alternant bodied man and earth complete their stay

    man find themselves where let there be light god say

    and is written the evening and morning was the first day

    as evolution produced the forms for another morning’s stay."

  • The0NatureBoy profile imageAUTHOR

    Elijah A Alexander Jr 

    3 weeks ago from Washington DC

    Thanks bro. Eric, I suppose the rest of my stuff isn't "your kind of stuff". LOL

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    Eric Dierker 

    3 weeks ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

    Very well done friend. Not only fun but also very interesting. That is my kind of stuff.

  • The0NatureBoy profile imageAUTHOR

    Elijah A Alexander Jr 

    3 weeks ago from Washington DC

    You had me LOLAL Brother John, with "A poem of Biblical proportions."

    I have written, not in verse, that "Samson Type World's End" and know David and Goliath is another World End Type so I will have to go over and read poetic telling of them. Thanks for that info, answering Ikoro and for reading my gibberish.

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    John Hansen 

    3 weeks ago from Queensland Australia

    To answer Ikoro Iyineleda, poetry does not have a set minimum number of words here. As long as it is published under the poetry heading it could have 150 or 200 words and be published.

  • The0NatureBoy profile imageAUTHOR

    Elijah A Alexander Jr 

    3 weeks ago from Washington DC

    Ikoro, I have no way of knowing how and/or why HP accepts or rejects things, you'll have to go elsewhere for that answer. The one thing I know is when one is writing for money their standards are more strict and I refuse to belittle the value of my writings for something I consider valueless. (https://hubpages.com/religion-philosophy/Money-Has...

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    John Hansen 

    3 weeks ago from Queensland Australia

    A poem of Biblical proportions, Elijah lol. I have written poetic versions of two Bible stories, David and Goliath and Samson, so found this interesting.

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    Ikoro Iyineleda 

    3 weeks ago

    Does this poem consist of up to 800 words? Because I am still trying to understand how work of mine like unto poems and articles will be rejected by HubPages (for obviously obscure reasons such as not being with enough words, or having been published elsewhere on the internet) whilst this poem is here for everyone to read - though definitely with not up to 800 words.

    Regardless of how fervently thou strives to conceal The Truth, however, I fear thee not; for there is nothing covered that will not be revealed, or hidden that will not be made known.

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