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  • James Weldon Johnson. "The Creation". And God stepped out on space, And he looked around and said: I'm lonely –. I'll make me a world. And far as the eye of God could see. Darkness covered everything.
  • The poem creation is the out pour of author`s personal sentiment of dissatisfaction with the ways of the world. He states that this world expands through destructive efforts rather constructive efforts. He even alludes to reference of Adam and Eve and says with their sin this world got created and so forth, the world is now getting expanded.
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  • The beauty of God's Creation smiling back at me. A precious baby with velvety soft skin, Wiggling its tiny hands and feet, On its face an adorable grin. First morning dew on a pink rose; A beautiful butterfly drawing to it close. The sun's golden rays gently warming .
  • The Creation - Poem by James Weldon Johnson. Autoplay next video. And God stepped out on space, And he looked around and said: I'm lonely I'll make me a world. And far as the eye of God could see. Darkness covered everything, Blacker than a hundred midnights.