Crazy Eight


John 3: 16


For God so loved
The world that
He gave his one
And only son
That who ever
In him shall not
Perish but have
Eternal life

The verdict is guilty
The sentence is death
Your past has been filthy
Your future manifest

I want to slash you
lambaste you
deface you
erase you

You planted a seed
Deep inside of me
I can't see
I can't calmy breathe

For God so loved
The world that
He gave his one
And only son
That who ever
In him shall not
Perish but have
Eternal life

Eternal life
Eternal strife
Eternal hate
Eternal pain

You burden me with
Your insecurities
Pushing down the sensative
Bringing out your bitter dolor
Pusing around the inanimate
Bringing out your dark colour

You planted a seed
Deep inside of me
I can't see
I can't calmy breathe

I'm bringing the pain thats inside me
I'm bringing the venom, the calamity

You planted a seed
Deep inside of me
I can't see
I can't calmy breathe

Submitted: Friday, May 12, 2006
Edited: Saturday, June 03, 2006

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  • Rookie Tracey Collins (5/13/2006 2:21:00 PM)

    I really like your poem, does Austin from wrestlning beleive in god, and thats wht he chosed to where 3: 16 on his shirt. (Report) Reply

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