THAT DEEPEST BLUE

I look up into that very blue

Sky capturing forever!

Ocean depths and the endlessness,

Cannot reach beginning ever.

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Sky, blue waters, up to 5 miles in depth

And Mount Everest ascending,

Nearly impossible to climb!

Thin air contending!

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Then, of course, gravitationally

Ones lightness to consider!

Climb, is a climb, is a climb the breath

Needing aid to deliver.

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There help is needed, more oxygen!

Breathing tubes and canned air,

While air supply lasts climber is safe

But I would not want to be there!

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God contending suggesting caution,

I did a climb at one time.

Near perpendicular ascent!

Descending, life worth a dime?

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Still alive at 95, I am now,

Much nearer Heaven!

And by God’s Grace expecting to  b e

With loved ones proceeding.

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Then, of course, in came World War II

As Scout I was leading!

The pace I set was nearly a run!

Especially in a clearing.

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Family now are all up there!

Sure, I outlived them all!

Recalcitrant to be boastful though!

I surely do not want to fall!

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This close to Heaven’s matchless bliss!

But not probable,

That I should leave Jesus on that cross,

Truly improbable!

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Since Born Again sliding back often

That lost lamb He found,

Since He held me to His Heart there

His love like nothing else around!

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the Sam 11-13

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