pearcemelville
Joined: Dec 2021

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pearcemelville   Junior Editor

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Submitted Poems 23 total

Glory to God in the Highest

Glory to God in the Highest
The troubles of the week peel away on Sunday Morn
Sing in Praise Uplifting Spirit Joy Love Thanks
The organ shakes my very core
Like the Holy Spirit Annointing
With folk we share the Parson's Words
Delivered

by Pearcemelville

added by pearcemelville
6 days ago

ROCK Painting

ROCK PAINTINGS
BY PEARCEMELVILLE

Painting on a rock
pyrite
colour reminding of Tigereye
Past soul seated painting
What?
Of Dreaming? animals? Plants?
direction toWater?

Religious Significance?
under Burning SUN
I can make out a

by Pearcemelville

added by pearcemelville
22 days ago

UNCARVED block

Uncarved Block
By Pearcemelville

Blizzard frozen Ice
An Uncarved Block
Wind Howls a Cold
UnRelentling Force
Shards Sharp Hard
Pitting Slicing Hole

  Trough Widening

 lengthens onethen

  two More a Score

by Pearcemelville

added by pearcemelville
23 days ago

Amazing Minds

Aching Archimedes harked in Volumes it really turned him on How to measure volume of an irregular Polygon
He drew a bath

by Pearcemelville

added by pearcemelville
24 days ago

Image in Light

Image in Light

Images are light
Well an image is recorded
by and in light
Light which passes through a lens to strike a retina or a
photosensitive surface with an attached brain either
physiological or material,
to perceive

I

by Pearcemelville

added by pearcemelville
24 days ago

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