Nikiesha Richards


Infinite Love


Innocent love was within deception
Which resulted in conception
Of a child who was by her father rejected
And wrongfully denied and neglected

A wet face from the mother’s tears
As she worried how she’s going to get through the years
A little girl with her father’s face
With a broken heart and an empty space

Oh! How mother tried as hard as she could
To raise her right and do what she should
Rebellion stepped in and the girl lost respect
She was addicted to sex, and lost control of herself

She hated being home, and loved being on the streets
Seeking what was not home between the sheets
She lived carelessly doing whatever she please
But silently hoping for love; so her addiction would cease

Although she may have thought; she wasn’t alone
As the father her father she seeks was on his throne
Wherever she went he was always with her
He cherishes her more than gold or silver

One day she read psalms 136
And her father told her don’t be deceived by devilish tricks
Don’t you know how much you mean to me
My feelings for you are beyond infinity

What you are finding is not love
It’s not in front of you it’s from above
So stop being confused by lies of men
And know that true love will never end

Submitted: Saturday, December 05, 2009
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