Isaac 'slimx'


Isaac 'slimx' Poems

1. The 'Me' And The 'I' 12/5/2008
2. I Don'T Know Why 12/5/2008
3. You Alone 12/5/2008
4. Up Is Down 12/8/2008
5. A Dog Eat Dog World 12/11/2008
6. Things 12/11/2008
7. The Face Of Happiness 1/1/2009
8. Heaven 1/1/2009
9. Amazing Disgrace 1/3/2009
10. Mental Deficit 6/18/2009
11. God 6/18/2009
12. Some Of Jesus Typical Friends 6/18/2009
13. Words 7/4/2009
14. Abortion Picketing 7/15/2009
15. Soul Prostitute 1/13/2010
16. God Is Not Black 1/19/2010
17. Dark And Black 1/19/2010
18. This Is Why I Cry 1/19/2010
19. The Lonely Heart 1/19/2010
20. Death Row 1/19/2010
21. Dead Man's Shoe 1/27/2010
22. The Multitude Creed 1/28/2010
23. Addiction 12/4/2008
24. Run Mumbai Run 12/5/2008
25. The Broken Wall Garden 12/5/2008
26. Deja Vu 1/25/2009
27. Boredom 1/25/2009
28. It's A Matter Of Time 1/25/2009
29. Deportee 12/5/2008
30. Don'T Ask God 6/18/2009

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Don'T Ask God

Don’t ask God for wisdom lest he give you folly to teach your heart.
Don’t ask God for wealth lest he give you poverty to make you depend on him.
Don’t ask God for vision lest he give you blindness to guide your way.
Don’t ask God for strength lest he give you weakness to sustain you.
Don’t ask God for protection lest he give you adversity, so he can fight for you.
Don’t ask God for progress lest he give you stillness so you can know him.
Don’t ask God for water lest he give you thirst, so you can seek the living water.
Don’t ask God for food lest he give you hunger for ...

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Deportee

It was easy and breezy, nothing sneezy and sleazy where I was living,
it was sensational abiding with the sons of God, right there in heavenly places,
I used to stay awake listening to sweet lyrics from the Son of dawn (day star) ,
my heart knew no pain, my soul refreshed daily by his Presence
I could fly if I wanted, I could run and not faint, could walk miles and not be weary,
This was just before I became a deportee.

Then I wasn’t laughed at, truly I wasn’t discriminated against b

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