Felix Opaleye

Bronze Star - 2,555 Points (Africa)

Forgotten Promises - Poem by Felix Opaleye

The gentle eastern wind blew serenity accross the ocean with the purest bliss known to man, despite all the tribulations and stormy weathers God never neglect the human race.
Some live for the treasures and pleasures, while others lost their souls in the rat race of life.

The blessings and mercy of the most high are the nutrients that keep nourishing the human race, the birds in the sky look up to God for their daily bread; and the beasts under the ocean give thanks and praise to the father of creation. Trust in the promise of men only lead to dissapointment and agony, but the promise of God is always fulfil.

Today may be bitter and sour, but God has blessings in stock for those who exercise faith in his only name; the way of God is not the way of man. The blessing of God is certain for those who put their trust in him. In God I trust.

Topic(s) of this poem: forgotten

Form: Light Verse


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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 19, 2017



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