Nvisible 2Luv


True Sheep


Like sheep among wolves
Is how He said he would leave us
Its strange how with our own hearts
Satan does deceive us.
For if you do not feel
Like you are being stalked
By a wolf with watering tongue
I’d say you’re living a lie
And by the queen bee you have been stung.
The trick, my friend, or so I’ve been told
Is to never let them smell fear
Make them think that you’re bold.
For if you can do this
You will surely win
But don’t think for a moment
You’ll leave behind all sins
For until He takes it away
Sin lies within us all
Destructive Wind please take them
Holy Winds please don’t stall.
So many of us are growing weary
Of always missing the mark
Oh Michael can you hear me
I’m tired of sitting in park.

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Submitted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: god


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