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('Dear Lord and Father of mankind')

Revelation 22 v.1-5


In new Jerusalem, John saw

He could not ask for more

A pure river, water of life

There be God's peace, without a strife

Clear as crystal, and rife

Clear as crystal, and rife


It proceeded out of the throne

Of God, so was it known

And also it be the Lamb's throne

He Jesus, the Lamb of God be

Saviour of the world He

Saviour of the world He


In midst of street, and river's sides

Teh tree of life resides

It bears twelve manner of fruits, see

And yields it fruit each month, so be

A whole variety

A whole variety


Leaves of the tree were for healing

Of the nations, they bring

Comfort, and there be curse no more

But throne of God and the Lamb sure

Do the city adorn

Do the city adorn


And God's servants they shall Him serve

His grace them does preserve

And they shall see His face, His name

shall be in their foreheads, the same

Abide there, no guilt, blame

Abide there, no guilt, blame


And there shall be no night there, they

Live in perpetual day

No need of lamp or of candle

Nor sun, the Lord God their light all

They reign for e'er, no fall

They reign for e'er, no fall

  • Author: orchidee (Offline Offline)
  • Published: December 29th, 2022 03:13
  • Comment from author about the poem: A hymn-poem in format.
  • Category: Spiritual
  • Views: 23
  • User favorite of this poem: BlessedbyGod.


  • Goldfinch60

    Good one Orchi.

    • orchidee

      Thanks Gold.

    • orchidee

      A River for you Gold!

    • 🐤s.zaynab.kamoonpuri🌷🐦😽

      A lovely spiritual poem of your faith. I like the repeated refrain type style. Thumbs up,

      Plz also read and comment my newest poem too.
      Wishing u a happy new year.

      • orchidee

        Thanks Z.

      • BlessedbyGod

        Very nice orchi,one day we will live there in harmony with all

        • orchidee

          Thanks BC. A place without KP?! lol.

          • BlessedbyGod

            Who knows!! HAHAHA

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