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Acrostic exploring our responsibility in the PLAN
 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: February 6, 2012      Views: 402

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His real name is Harold Davis (called H most often). He has taken the opportunity to re-focus his life recently after being in the corporate world (Accountant, IT Director, Consultant) for many years. He has always been most interested in human behav - more...

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Asks us to have faith in ourselves.
Keeping God's holy covenants
Invests us with freedom of choice.
No devil to blame for mistakes
Given we can choose to make hell.

REALISTIC forgiveness for
Each mistake or wrong doing will
Always transpire from sincerely
Learning the lessons life teaches,
Inspiring us to reflect while
Seeking to right the wrongs we've wrought.
There's no easy way to tell you
Inside each one of our souls we
Create living heaven and hells.

Entrusted to every living
Soul to recognise our unique
Part in perfecting creation.
Our prayers are poetic keys
Needed to remind our wayward
Self of its direct connection
Into the energy of God.
Believe that our free-will choices
Inspired by how well we learn
Leaves us fully responsible
In the search to be a better
Traveller through life's adventure.
You do your bit, God will do His!

Acrostic Poetry writing prompt entry

Writing Prompt
Write an acrostic poem. Acrostic Poetry is where the first letter of each line spells a word, usually using the same words as in the title. See an example in the announcement.


Author Notes
UK English spelling. Written in 8 syllable lines with enjambment. Acrostic is vertical and horizontal in capitals for artistic emphasis only so punctuation is true.
I wanted this to take life when read aloud. Does it? With love...xx
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