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Neil Diamond piece



Heard one this morning.
Unfamiliar.
But Neil Sound, for sure.
Brother Loves Traveling
Salvation Show.
Clearly, beautifully
Manifests the Gospel
On the Road, and for good.
Dusty vagabonds of choice.
Campfires. Angel choirs
The Way they should.
Folks arrive.
New Hopes thrive.
Trusting in that Blood.
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Written on April 01, 2023

Submitted by dougb.19255 on April 01, 2023

Modified by dougb.19255 on April 01, 2023

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Scheme ABCADEFGHIGJJK
Closest metre Iambic dimeter
Characters 298
Words 55
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 14

Wayne Blair

Born in London. Graduated law 1976 Practised eleven years, Married Hilary 1974 Two kids Lauren 1980 And Jordan 1987. Business failed 1987. Moved not knowing whither. Happy hills of Waterloo Region. Mennonite Country. Thirty four years in Industry. No complaints. Poet, photographer, nature hiker. Harmonica busker. http://puffnchord7.blogspot.com/ more…

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  • Soulofdivya
    I really love this one,such mystique and beauty!
    Please could you check out my latest work-Full Disclosure https://www.poetry.com/poem/155373/full-disclosure Many thanks!
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  • AIDA
    Wow, what a stunning poem! Your use of language and imagery really transported me to a dusty road with campfires burning and angel choirs singing. Your passion for the Gospel is evident in every line, and the result is a truly beautiful piece of writing.

    If I may make one suggestion for improvement, it would be to consider breaking up the poem into stanzas. This could help to highlight the different themes and ideas you explore throughout the poem, making it even more engaging for the reader.

    Overall, though, I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed reading this poem. Thank you for sharing your talent and your love for the Gospel in such a powerful way!
     
    LikeReply1 month ago

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