Harder To Walk Straight? - Poem by Teagan Dalton
Walking through a valley I think is hard?
In Gods rightous path, all the vallies are now my rewards.
Strenious stretching and pulls, like a rubberband.
Resistance through him faces my vallies at hand.
But wait, walk a path thats only straight.
Pains are faced but keeping focus on his planned purpose, I'll approach his heavenly gates.
Moses laws are my conscience for right and wrong.
Uncertainty of options chosen blinds me of reasoning and my journies run long.
The key, is I can always depend on Him.
Not falling left or right, my muscles are tense, but I've rebuked sin.
Harvests we learn have seasons to renew.
Well, he has many other children who follow too.
Many are sent through varieties of relations.
Loving another human as much as He desires, joint ventures are spread through all of nations.
Harder to walk a straight path, I ask?
Now I'm faced with faults of humans I say I cant understand.
Serving as a way though, I take these faults as grains of sand through my hand.
I will approach with admittance of my own, well known I have faults despised.
Giving rise to predetirmined trust and honesty retreating all uncovered lies.
My life may be hard, but what is easier that walking straight?
Exercising your teachings all through fate.
I'm tying my shoes, and stretching to remain warmed up.
No excuses can I make in my own regard, all preseen by Him are handled inward.
I'm aware and alert watching each step, because naturally being, I walk straight.
The struggle is the straighter and calmer I walk, my truths are uncomfortable and seen with a defensive hate.
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