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Gales of Destruction

Gales of Destruction Sounds of weeping rise midst morning's heat. Unholy renegade's begin nipping at your feet. Pandering good intentions only to achieve personal gain. Spewing down hot embers that burn like an acid rain. Devising evil upon hearts attacking our emotional throne. Multiplied affliction's corral an innocent families home. Weaving a trap of deceit then reveling in their destruction. Caging a man's ability to see how deception advances during construction. Their tongues are like a cat of nine tails ripping the flesh with sorrow. Readying a man's peaceful spirit to endure years of painful tomorrow's. Thriving on emotions they come as a thief in the night. Tearing down family unity as depression steals your fight. Riffs of this dirt devil exudes a pulse of rotating waves. Blinding us from deliverance when God comes to save. As lightning strikes like arrows of powerful flashes. Numbers of the wounded rise shedding their fearful ashes. The renegade's shutter as we are raised to our feet. Fortified in His armor we conquer the renegade's seat. Carole Cookie Arnold 2010

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  1. Date: 2/16/2010 7:21:00 AM
    wow cookie i loved this!at first i thought it was going to be about hell, kinda like a dante's inferno thing which i've always wanted to write about but it turns out (i think) that is about our earthly lives, and how god will save us from the tourtures of them! great write and strait up my alley! =) jo

  1. Date: 1/28/2010 1:56:00 PM
    intellectually stimulating and intellectual. I liked reading this religious eye-opening poem of yours. -Susan Mills