Eyes Of Mercy - Poem by anteaus berryhill
He said O mercy, mercy.
Please tell me how can I get rid of this pain.
When I hear pain.
I suffer from the sounds of horrors of shame.
When reapings of lives taken away.
When the storms comes everyday.
But what I want to know and ask you.
Are you proud of the pain.
That you know that caused upon me.
As I cry out a blue sea.
Of saltwater pouring out of me.
Oh mercy, this pain will never be sweet as tea.
I dare you to fight me.
But this battle will forever trouble me.
And it will end me.
As I am punish with your envy.
Oh mercy, why you see me as your enemy.
My begging for your beautiful compassion and forgiveness for my persuasion is killing me.
Making my heart feel so empty.
But my pain is what my mistake must take.
I know that you do not want me to break.
I shall suffer and learn to earn some powerful wisdom.
My almighty lord I will see the daylight as I fly away in sorrow.
In we which you lead me unto a path of open doors of Tomorrow.
Oh mercy, your glorious powers I wish I could borrow.
The eyes of Mercy fades away......
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