Bhavani Polimetla


Jesus is the king


The days are passing slowly
The days are running fast
Sunday came in between
Woke up slowly and prepared
Walked into church to spend some time

Opening hymn is nice
Musicians are doing their best
My thoughts are roaming
The world is suffering with pain
Hammered by recession
Hindered by snow storms
People are struggling with disease
Struggling with hunger
Looked at the king
Listened to the music
Felt like Nero is playing
When Rome is burning

Kings are good
Kingdoms are great
They do the good things
Still people are struggling
Praying with pain
Thy kingdom come
Thy will be done

Mass is moving
Listened to Gospel
Praying in between
Second half started
Kneeling down many time
Praying for my sins
Felt like beggar
Felt like slave
Felt bad for a moment
I am the sinner
I need to do it
Praying with heart
To push me out of sin

Offered the bread as body
Offered the wine as blood
When I received bread and wine
Felt with joy
Thanked to Jesus
For forgiving my sins
Cleaning my heart
Healing my soul
Came with love
To stay in my heart

Jesus is the king
He met his people
One on one
Answered every one
Stand in the front
Fight with Satan
Paid for my sins
By taking all the pain
I never seen before
King like him

-o-

Submitted: Sunday, September 13, 2009

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