Itai Oscar


Creator And The Created


The Creator humbled Himself
And became like the created
They couldn't find a proper place
For Him to be born
A manger is what they saw fit
A king born like a servant

The Creator had to suck from a
Woman He created
He had to cry to get attention
He worked as a carpenter
Dealing with crazy customers at
Times

He was baptised in the water He
Created
The Creator was mocked by the
Created
He was bruised,
He was chastised and
Was nailed on a tree He created

The Creator went through all this
Inorder to restore the relationship
Between the Creator and the Created
The duty of the created is to Believe that the Creator did it
And the created would be saved

Submitted: Thursday, July 04, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
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