The Day Of Reckoning

     Okay, what if the Mayans were right? What if December 21st 2012 is our end of days? Hmmm, that would make it our….

The Day Of Reckoning

Denim and silk,

scotch whiskey and milk.

Green eggs and ham,

a woman and a man.

All odd and unusual blends.

 *

Water and oil,

a hero and foil.

Laughter and screams,

reality and dreams.

are all left at opposite ends.

 Foul weather or fair,

clean water and air.

The earth and the sky,

say hello to goodbye.

When the day of reckoning descends.

 *

When the you and the me,

the he and the she.

The we and the they,

the young and the grey.

Are all praying alas, to ascend.

 *

Yet, the good and the bad,

the lass and the lad.

The faker and seer,

from far and from near.

Will not know, just what, He intends.

 ***

 Jack Downing

Apr. 2012

 

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Hearth and Health are wonderful things and if you're without either such sorrow that brings So I cannot express enough thanks to my Lord and to my family and friends for the support you afford! ~Jack Downing~
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2 Responses to The Day Of Reckoning

  1. Beth Ann says:

    Green eggs and ham—my favorite!!! I guess we will soon know if the Mayans were right….

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