Confession Poem by Tosin Adesokan

Confession



In this world I came
I came as an ordinary being
With hope of many fame
Should I come back to you with sin?

You formed me out of dust
Just to adore you
But with greed and lust
I'm now a ewe

You possessed death and life
You can kill and save
I'm just an unfaithful wife
I want to have a minute rave

Lord! hear my sour word
I'm not worthy to be called son
Let me be your ward
Before the setting of the sun

No sinner will go free
Sinners with ungodly acts
They cannot agree
Until they hear the facts

The birds of the air don't have any
And they never weep
But we possessed many
Still nothing to keep

There are angels in heaven
There number is unknown
They offer nothing but praise to be given
They always happy in their lone

Think about other creatures
Other various demons
Can't they substitute us in the future?
By grace we are useful than the demons

We have double hundreds, ten and seven nations
The population is yet to be known
If we are no more, can world miss our portions
After several years, we will be unknown

Lord here I come again
Let your face clear
Let my errs be slain
Let me meat you dear.

Thursday, December 20, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: god
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