He said peace unto you
I replied what’s up with you
He smiled, why are you like that brother?
I replied, please don’t bother.
I told him I had six packs
He replied, I have my own six packs
I lifted up my shirt and burst in laughter
He smiled and said, mine just come in chapters
I said checkout my tattoo, it’s my uncle
He said, mine’s on my forehead, and another on my ankle
And everywhere I go, it becomes my identity
I said wow, now I feel like a nonentity.
I really should go for my own sake
He said,If you leave now you’ll be making a mistake
Stay here and we can sort things out
I really don’t want you to miss out.
You really think everything can be fixed?
He smiled, your doubts are one of the enemy’s tricks.
You are so far gone that’s what he lets you presume
And that it’s too late, you are already doomed.
But really you serve a Being whose power,
Has no match in this world and beyond
And yet his Mercy He Showers
Upon us, and to our prayers He’ll always respond.
Where is my Father
The little child asked
Around, looking rather
Devastated and hurt
Where is my Mother
She asked her brother
But he couldn’t answer
Because of the wrath of the Monster
The sun had now set
It was time for supper
But there wasn’t a breath
Of air, it only got tougher
With both parents gone
By the illiterate’s gun
Our brother could only pray
For the sunshine and a better day