Ryko Angel

Rookie (8/6/92- Still Livin.. DAMN IT / Niagara falls)

a crazy beginning Poem by Ryko Angel


a crazy beginning i cant explain
the sorrow and torture and shame
of the life and death we all will go through
when our souls are due

will we ever know
or some people just wont care
when family and childrens of gods people are spared
will they care when they wont see the light
or will they be with satan where the light is not bright
will they be safed before its time
or will they go to hell for their crime?

we will never know
some people probably reading this know saying so..
some people care
and thats all that matters
when people going to hell their life will shatter

will they care after then
or will they commit more sin?
this is what we ask ourself
do we have jesus christ
our savior and king

or the horrible satan that take live at your being.
will it be your daughter or son
not in heaven or hell
think to your self

you must believe
jesus is coming not with grieve.
for the people int he world you have to love
and jesus is our dove

thank you for reading this..

Submitted: Wednesday, February 13, 2008
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