Luke Easter

Rookie - 50 Points (Cleveland, Ohio)

Be Inspired - Poem by Luke Easter

Do you find yourself walking the streets?
With your head usually hanging down?
Aimlessly walking here and looking there?
Jobs & relationships giving you the runaround?

The answer to all of life's problems,
Is just an inspirational book away,
From the very beginning to the end,
This book will not lead you astray.

Well my friend you need guidance,
A place to cultivate & bring your thoughts,
Beautiful people with friendly faces,
Yes, a church is where you should be caught.

Child let me introduce you to my Leader,
He specializes in sincere faith that lifts,
See why I walk the streets with a smile,
God gave me a never-ending spiritual gift.

The way of the world stresses being admired,
Especially in a job interview wanting to be hired,
However, first seek to be spiritually inspired,
Otherwise you might find yourself early retired.

Faith Attitude Inspiration Trust & Hope,
This is what it takes to make your boat float,
Christians are moved by His suffering on the cross,
And the Divine Blood our Lord & Savior lost.

Just exactly what is it that inspires us the most?
Remember the saying “click your glass & say a toast”,
Satan would have you believing the spirit is a ghost,
And he is the only one we should celebrate as our host.

Can you be inspired by lies, hate, racism, theft & the like?
Are you ready to stand before God & hear “take a hike”?
Cars are being sold from the flood in the Katrina Hurricane,
Is this how you want Christ Jesus to remember your name?

What about holding your head high as you make that daily trek?
Taking charge of responsibilities not making excuses through neglect,
Mounting up on the wings of Eagles never to faint or get tired,
This is the one and only way for you to truly “Be Inspired”.

w/Jeff Ricky Cheeks


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, January 23, 2009


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