Thomas C. Ankenbruck 1959 (United States)

Creatures dressed in colorful array ascending from the depths' abyss unique in their special way
unleashed power wonders of creation opens beauty all shapes and sizes spawn in their unseen place
ecosystem the coral reef life thrives swimming of fish with propulsion drives natures way of revealing itself
shells sand and rocks show life within waves flow mightily over the top again evidence of vegetation where things once been
exhibition of aquatic plants and creatures undisclosed magnitude the system alludes life set in its installation of peace and harmony

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This is what I saw in the sea in my mind. Written in 2005 about God's glory in the sea. I was suffering in prison but inspired to write in which I never wrote anything before. See in Harvesttime Poems, Proverbs and Reflections.

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Written on 2005

Submitted on September 07, 2021

Modified on April 29, 2023

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Thomas C. Ankenbruck

Thomas Ankenbruck is an inspired writer of poems of nature, end time religious events and about the revelations that were given him regarding these things . more…

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