Treasure Island

Patricia Kelley

(March 11 1957 / Oklahoma)

Devil, You're Not Welcomed At My Door


Devil Don’t Come Knocking on My Door
Devil, you’re not welcomed at my door.
Don’t you even try to get your foot in or I’ll smash it on the floor.
I’m tired of your intrusion which makes me feel poor.
You’re such a bore.
I’ll smash your toes.
Before, I ever again feel your woes.
So don’t you ever come knocking at my door!
Or you’ll feel my Heavenly foes.
Because when you come against me, you come against more.
Which God’s Heavenly Angels do not ignore.
See, we know how the story ends.
So we don’t care how you contend.
Nor how you pretend!
You will meet your end.
When you are pushed through Hell’s fiery door,
Into the lake of fire and we all get amends.
Feeling restitution for our Christian persecution,
You will feel eternity’s execution.

Submitted: Saturday, June 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
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