paapa esuman

Rookie (27/08/1988 / ACCRA)

Father Of Nature


oh creator who dwells in the heavenly grounds
all creation tremble's when your word sounds
your love following like eternal fountain
your glory higher than the mountains
you who is not seen
but existed and have already been
please why do sin exist
which humanity can't resist
as it keeps us in great bondage
through out all of ages
if your great love abound
a resting place may we found
i know you up there
beyond the heaven none can't dare
you love every bit of our nature
as we still remain your creature
as we sojourn on the earth
none can't escape death
the universe exist in your glory
leaving us with your story
before ages you choose mankind
even their harden heart you remain kind
your action are far away from reality
beyond spiritual visibility
your image, when will we see
your presences is what we feel
father of nature
forever we remain your creature.

Submitted: Friday, December 06, 2013
Edited: Saturday, December 07, 2013

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