Blue Jones Edward Anthony Engbino


Were I Belong


Life never cease to amaze me
Full of exploration made by thee
With the scent of darkness
Our world gone into undesirable mess

Beings are formed according to your will
But all has change and wickedness is the deal
All creation has its own distinctive end
When the dilemma interface all tried to mend

Thou.Never cease to mercy mankind
In Faults and regrets it is you we find
Your the alpha and omega in doom
As your kingdom will arrive soon

May your light guide as we cross the bar
And your law of divinity will gone far
As the time flow, My blind fellow
Will honor you and follow

Submitted: Monday, August 06, 2007
Edited: Saturday, March 26, 2011
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