Mcanthony C. Nwatu
He Touched Me - Poem by Mcanthony C. Nwatu
His unbearing love is rock he showered it on me beast.
His scorching garment that bright blinds
he toweled me with.
His infinite mercy is cloud he hovered it around me charcoal.
I scarlet he called snow
i lust loves he loves me
i splash blood, blessings he springs me.
Who knows i for him to visit me.
He touched me
for no reason, for no gift, for no just cause.
The preachers of his novel none me
but he neglects them
and cleansed me crimson.
I never touched his sole he touched my soul
just there my sorrow seal heal
for no reason, for no gift; for no just cause.
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