Zuzanna


LAND OF THE NILE

Posted on January 19, 2008

Walking along the temples
Carved in a solid rocks
On the West bank of the Nile.
Long after the Ramses
Build the temples
For the Sun of God.

The sacred land
That still holds the mystery
of many Cultures.
The solid walls
Made out of brick
When Ramses was there.

He looked often
at the beautiful river
and prayed to God
in adoration.
History says-the Gods
were adored by all
The Pharaohs of this land.

Ramses was one
of well known rulers
in that Ancient time.
He wanted to please
His God special to him.
God of the raising Sun.

He worshiped him
with adoration.
And People believed
That God will defeat
the darkness of the night
worshiping the raising Sun.
Interesting History
of Ancient Egyptian Land.

© 2007 Zuzanna

Last edited by Zuzanna on January 28, 2008, 6:48 pm


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6 responses to “LAND OF THE NILE”

  1. Francis ~ I am not sure how to do the recording.
    I wish, I did.

    Thank you for the Grand comment!…

    Zuzanna
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    "Anybody can make history. Only a great man can write it."
    -Oscar Wilde

  2. Hello Francis

    Many thanks for the instructions how to use Evoca.

    I must admit that you are an excellent writer, poet and instructor as well.

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP!

    With sincere appreciation,

    Zuzanna
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