The lessons of the gears that power the universe
Pour forth in ambitious drips into a bowl
To build an ocean from simple watery smears.
From Egypt slavery one was chosen to show the signs,
And staff and cloak he led the scowling whole,
Across the river; he parted it to stay dry from brine.
Before reward for courage to preach against the abhorrent,
The prophet chanced upon the Jordan's deadly bowl,
And with his student, parted it for dread of its current.
But when the promise long foretold at last came to pass
God Himself, didn't take a staff, or cloak,
But let the water be, and showed His friends His glory.