R. K. Hart


His Kingdom He Storks

He storks his kingdom having been released,
Watching over his human feast.
The every day man who knew it all,
Who said, I'll make the call.

Sulphur burns creating it's fowl stink,
Forever now he and this place are linked.
The every day man made his choice,
Now he hears many a man's whaling voice.

Screams come from this bottomless pit,
Tell my loves not to come here, use wit.
Take a message if you would to my friends,
Come not where fire and screams never ends.

His demons scream from the bowels of the pit,
Where there is no sleep, no rest in it.
This kingdom where there is no praise,
It's inhabitants hear no joy all their days.

Unsaved into the underworld,
Rich or poor into this world are hurled.
But those in the book of life found,
Enter into paradise where worship abounds.

Submitted: Friday, October 19, 2012
Edited: Saturday, October 20, 2012

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  • Margaret Haig (10/21/2012 12:17:00 AM)

    I like that how you put a true picture of what he'll fire is about, and how if we don't make a choice to accept Christ and salvation this will be where we will be. May we pray that through this poem many will decide to follow Christ (Report) Reply

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