Frank McEleny


A Warning To A Nation That Calls Itself Christian - Poem by Frank McEleny

Can we all just lay our guns down
Can you stop, even for a moment, and see whats all around
Hatred and bitterness, this land is in despair
There is something in the atmosphere, there is something in the air

Brother against brother, our hearts should be as one
If only for a moment, stop and see what has begun
Will you wrap yourself in glory, in impenetrable light
Or shall we march together, hand in hand, into the darkest night

Imagine a world where we all just get along
Now imagine a world that has forever lost its song
Our children grow in darkness, we teach them how to fight
With every passing day they slowly lose their sight

Oh Adam wont you weep for your children in despair
And Eve how can you sleep when theirs hatred everywhere
Can't we simply lay our guns down and learn how to forgive
For only in the light of love can this world truly live

In the name of Jesus I call on you this day
The ruler of the darkness says there's no time left to play
He is coming in his fury, he is coming for mankind
The dark horse it is riding with the pale horse right behind

Tis time to love each other, greet each other with a kiss
Or we shall meet on the battle-field, on the edge of the abyss
Inflamed with indignant righteousness and blind to one another
If we refuse to love then it is brother against brother

Topic(s) of this poem: christian, christianity, spiritual, spirituality


Comments about A Warning To A Nation That Calls Itself Christian by Frank McEleny

  • Shannon Walker (1/1/2018 6:24:00 PM)

    On a battlefield, nation against nation, or in an alley, man on man, it's all the same really; life is terminal and we fight it out. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 1, 2018



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