THE EARTH' S CREATION
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On the very first day, God created the earth
Yet formless and void, Spirit of God splendid
Moved upon waters face,lights flashed so bright
Shining light as day and the darkness as night.
On the second day,in the midst of the waters
There made a firmament called as the Heaven
A wonderful sky that was placed on high
diverged from waters on above and undeneath.
On the third day, waters gathered as the sea
Dry land called the earth,it's pleasant to see
Grass grown on soil,herbs produced their seeds
After his kind, fruits yielded from the trees.
On the fourth day, lights shone in heavenly sky
Day and night diverged,for days,seasons and signs
A sun to rule the day,while moon to rule by night
And the twinkling stars that sparkles so bright.
On the fifth day, creatures begun to obtain life
To live in the sea,let them grow and multiply
Fowls have wings to fly,lifting their voices on High
All creatures made through the power of His might.
On the sixth day, animals then begun to live
He formed a human,a living soul that breaths
To give dominion over all cattles and beasts
And to rule over all God's creatures on earth.
On the seventh day, the Lord God took a rest
Pleased with all His work He wondrously made
Through His might power, everything is created
So let all creatures will praise Him and worship.
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