Anne Jones

Rookie (New Jersey)

Who Are You?


There is a man who lives in the couds
He clims to know the plan for each soul
Who is he?
People call him God!

god to me is a myserious man
He has left me questioning his sencerity in life
I don't understand the way he works
He has brought me sadness that I am having trouble forgiving

He took a life that didn't deserve to go
Made her suffer in pain
What was he trying to gain by taking someone I loved
Who is he?

My understanding is his kingdom of white and bright lights is a peaceful place to go
Was she given her angel wings so she could fly allowing her to come and go
Feeling no pain
To feel happiness again
No more illness not another day to fight
Who is he?

Why did you take her away from me?
Why did you leave me alone?
The pain I have lived with because I miss her so
Why of why?
For she was my mom
Who are you?

Why do you get to choose who comes to you?
Why do you choose the time?
She was a wife, a mother, and a friend to all
She was not ready and you made her go
Why should I forgive you for taking the lady I call mom
Who are you?

Submitted: Sunday, July 17, 2011
Edited: Monday, July 18, 2011
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