Aldo Kraas

Rookie (July 15 1964 / Sao Paulo Brazil)

What Do You Want from God

What to do you want from God?
Is that he performs a miracle to this old sick man
What do you want from God?
That he gives some love to you nd this old man
The walls of this hospital surrounds this old man
This old man is getting blood transfusion from the nurses
Yes he is very sick and you must understand that
What dio you want from God?
Is it that he allows you to spend the last hours with this old man
Yes his final moment will arrive any minute
The next day they connected this old man to the life support
The old man went in to coma
And when You came to visit this old man you saw him with life support
But you could not hold back the tears
And I remember that you cried so much for this old man
The next morning this old man died
So you never had the chance to say good bye to this old man
And the sadest thing is that you will never see that old man again
But the good thing is that the old man doesn't suffered anymore because God took him home
And he entered the gates of heaven today

Submitted: Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, May 11, 2011

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