Luke Easter (Cleveland, Ohio)
4 U Satan
Devil, Satan, Lucifer,
Whatever you want to be called,
Once you resided in the Kingdom,
Yes, you had it all.
When God created man & woman,
Jealousy crept into your heart,
It was never His intention,
For the two of you to be apart.
Heaven is so vast,
They weren’t crowding your space,
God didn’t create them,
Thinking, now Satan I have replaced.
Free will was always His intention,
Even way back then,
Unconditional love it’s called,
Tell me Satan when?
Did God ever hold back?
His mercy and grace in your life?
Just because he gave Adam,
Eve to be his wife.
You just had to show superiority,
Tempting her that way,
As most women do,
Maternal instincts gave way.
Trusting her thoughts,
That more love it would be worth,
That’s why they and not men,
Are only able to give birth.
You’ve bankrupt the lives of people,
Filling many hearts with greed,
Too busy lining their own pockets,
Instead of helping those in need.
Destruction being the reward,
From sowing a selfish seed,
You will get back what is given out,
Christians please take heed.
As if that wasn’t enough,
You filled the world with lust,
And now too many believe,
It’s the only way “love” is received.
I never wanted to write a poem for you,
Hopefully those who read it will understand,
This is not the life God had in mind,
When He first created man.
Ageless forever in the garden,
Always in perfect health,
Never in need of anything,
Blessed with the Creator's wealth.
False gods, prophets, and hope,
Are there that many people on dope?
Sure seems like it has to be,
Paying for sadness while God's love is free.
A servant will never overthrow the Master,
The only thing to come from that is disaster,
For so many of us this is what we’re after,
No wonder God created laughter.
I pray this helps more people understand,
The Kingdom of God cannot be overthrown,
Heaven is the only place for His children,
Hadees was created for hell’s angels alone.
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