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Gary Revel

Rookie (June 29,1949 / Florala, Alabama USA)

God's Sin


In what wind have I brought this day
To come what will or come what may
Do you feel the pain

What boy shall grow and be a man
Or girl, a woman if she can
To show or a stain

When does a time begin to please
Bring life into true love and ease
Ever will it be

Is it heaven, or is it hell
In which we ring this blatant bell
Calling all to see

It could be this day is too late
And hope has gone, no time, no date
Never be again

For judgement gone is judgement came
To chance a praise or all to shame
Mankind just God's sin

Submitted: Monday, May 02, 2005
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