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Two Become Four



From the uppermost peak of His kingdom, our force is being created,
though small in our beginnings, woman of stature we will become,

the bearing the Lord desires to guide our lives will not be inadvertent and effortless to achieve,
our acceptance to lead our lives as per His glory, shall be achievable through the love and commitment of our parents, this honour to them we give,

we, two girls are named for the blessings awaiting our future,
one His queen and the other His gardens most prized flower which he daily nurtures,

my name is love and righteousness, the sacred lotus, the lilly of His valley,
my name is queen, blooming happiness into a nation,

from the most subtle substance our bosom is being manifested,
as we grow into beautiful baby girls, we are being shaped to perfection,

life has been breathed into us and is shaping us into that of sovereingty,
morale is being positioned in us, to stand up strong and breathe in life gratefully,

our bodies and souls will flourish as come come into this world, not giving into any limitations,
the path we follow will stand out through the life we will soon lead, bestowing God's blessings in us to prosper and succeed,

my name is a seed to bring forth His garden of peace,
my name is the joyous melody singing life through the garden and completing His promise of love,

the saunter of our existence is love and peace, who are unscathed and clean,
we look forward to meeting you and shouting out our first call, we are soon to be the prized bell of our parents ball

my name is Ren Zera Morrison,
my name is Raine Hanae Morrison.
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Submitted by reecem.22652 on May 11, 2021

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Quick analysis:

Scheme AX XX XX BC AC AB XX XX XX CC
Characters 1,565
Words 287
Stanzas 10
Stanza Lengths 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2

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