"The Seven Days of Creation"
On the first day, God created, the heaven and the earth.
An eternal plan in motion, a new world of great worth!
By His word He separated, the darkness from the light.
That time would follow a pattern, He called it day and night.
The second day came. He commanded the waters to divide.
A beautiful skyline, where the firmament would reside.
And as He commanded. His clear voice was heard.
Dry land raised forth. And the day, was the third.
By the power of His word, the ground would take root.
Grass, herbs, and shrubbery, from seedling to fruit!
The beauty of colors, danced over meadows and hills.
The flowered landscapes embellished, vegetation there filled.
The fourth day came. God placed the sun and moon.
That seasons would flourish, and light would illume.
The fowls in the air, and the fish in the sea,
Every animal God created, on the fifth day would be.
The sixth day commenced. God's work not complete.
For man in His image, would be His last feat.
From the dust of the earth, He molded from clay.
His greatest creation, mortal man, there he lay!
The man God called Adam, who stood all alone.
He carefully took a rib, and formed woman from his bone.
Adam named her Eve, the Mother of us all.
To multiply and replenish, soon after the Fall.
The seventh day ushered in. Creation now smiled.
God declared it was good, and rested for awhile.