Edward Taylor God Poems

  • 1.
    (John. 20:17. My Father, and your Father, to my God, and your God)

    My shattered fancy stole away from me
    (Wits run a-wooling over Eden's park)
  • 2.
    Infinity, when all things it beheld
    In Nothing, and of Nothing all did build,
    Upon what base was fixed the lath wherein
    He turned this globe and rigalled it so trim?
  • 3.
    (I John 2:1. An Advocate with the Father)

    Oh! What a thing is man? Lord, who am I?
    That Thou shouldest give him law (Oh! golden line)
  • 4.
    (I John 2:1. If any Man Sin, We Have an Advocate)

    My sin! My sin, my God, these cursed dregs,
    Green, yellow, blue-streaked poison hellish, rank,
  • 5.
    (I. Corinthians 3:22. Whether Paul or Apollos, or Cephas)

    Thy grace, dear Lord, 's my golden wrack, I find,
    Screwing my fancy into ragged rhymes,
  • 6.
    Philippians II: 9: Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him.

    View, all ye eyes above, this sight which flings
    Seraphick Phancies in Chill Raptures high:
  • 7.
    A Curious Knot God made in Paradise,
    And drew it out inamled neatly Fresh.
    It was the True-Love Knot, more sweet than spice
    And set with all the flowres of Graces dress.
  • 8.
    I kening through Astronomy Divine
    The Worlds bright Battlement, wherein I spy
    A Golden Path my Pensill cannot line,
    From that bright Throne unto my Threshold ly.
Total 8 God Poems by Edward Taylor

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