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Poems by Mark Spencer

Dying Breath finalist in poetry contest
We must never put off until tomorrow that which should be addressed today.

Dreams And Consequences finalist in poetry contest
We must alway be aware of where our goals might lead, and never assume that we can't be swayed by sin.

One Musician finalist in poetry contest
The prophecy of the end of days, the new heaven and new earth, and the thousand years of peace, from the perspective of the observers of Gabriel and his horn!

Angels On The Battlefield finalist in poetry contest
A dying soldier's experience as he crosses over.

The Original Sin finalist in poetry contest
A walk back to the first action against God.

The Horse
The Horse metaphor from the book of Job.

The passion story from a first person perspective.

The Selfish Choice
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if your body could never die? Some think that would be wonderful, unless they think it through! Just because your body can't die, that doesn't mean the Earth or the Universe can't end.

The First Christmas Day (Sonnet) finalist in poetry contest
The world has lost something precious. And it has lost it behind presents, Christmas trees, Santa Claus, elves, reindeer, and other secular pomp and circumstance. Jesus IS Christ-mas, and too many have lost sight of that.