Michael Olakunle Adesanya

Rookie (05/28/1984 / Lagos state, Nigeria)

My Father's Crown


Crown of peacock is different
From all other birds crowns
Crown of Jesus is unlike
Crown of other kings
I have seen so many crowns
All around the globe
None is like the crown of my father

The king we do not see;
Still doing see-able works
He heard all what we asked for;
Even in night and day
My father lives in heaven;
Using earth as his balcony
Each time he looks down on earth,
There are lightning and thunder-struck
Anybody that did not have you has noting
Crown of Jesus is differing
from all other crowns.

Submitted: Sunday, June 05, 2005

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