karen fumani

As We Wait - Poem by karen fumani

AS WE WAIT…ARE YOU READY by: Karen.f.mathe
To a mind that can grab it all for the sake of them all that might not get the chance
Too thick to grab and too small to can adjust, for this reason it is made known to me
Far can the mind reach to long forgotten memories and dreams of old and feeble
Canal one can put it and no one could even understand what it means, but move on…

Trying to find the way back to what used to be a mindset of purpose and price
Gambling on making it and breaking it is what to have in mind that cannot,
Afford to miss this opportunity given spiritually, if having the hands do grab it.
For this could be your last chance before you depart as he comes (Jesus)

Reasons written to the faces that are so pale to hope for a lost nation
Hoping that one day the savior could come and set their minds free
All cry freedom and some cry salvation for those dull in mind of the spirit
All that is seen on their faces of their broken heart is for one to give them hope

Discouraged their spirits are, fading in to lies preached and holding dear to the truth
One of the unaccounted truth is that we can never be sure of who is who
But to all, we hold the faith that we want to be seen in and not that to correct.
What concurred to the truth told to hearts willing to receive and give away freely

Sticks of old, shadows of long, the sea of life, holes of out, fire of burning, water so walking, tears and sweat of blood, prayer of all, redemption for them, reward for you, price for me, power for saints, body for pureness, holiness for living, and Jesus for us all, but receive him first. Bitter the truth can be it’s all that he is coming back to take his church. ARE YOU READY?

Topic(s) of this poem: love

Form: Blues Poem

Poet's Notes about The Poem

praise is what is needed even if some along the way give up, but to those that are able to continue let them do so.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 9, 2015

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