Alisa Evsyukova

Rookie (1975 / Russia)

I Believe In Your Justice, My Lord - Poem by Alisa Evsyukova

I Believe in Your Justice, My Lord

I believe in your justice, my Lord,
That you wish us to live better lives.
Only you know the mud from the gold,
For us it’s not easy to realize.

Our hearts are accustomed to misery and pain,
We can’t feel the joys and the beauty of days.
Our eyes are accustomed to darkness and rain,
We can’t see the Holy Light of Your Greatness.

Open wide the vistas of the soul,
Bring freedom like freshness of rain,
Break down the negative visual wall,
Which is made by our limited brains.

Just remind me, please, why I am here
On this planet in this moment of time!
I entreat you, please let me hear
The tune of celestial rhyme.

You’re with me in my heart, I can feel it!
Your compassionate love more precious than gold!
I have pledged you my life from this minute.
I believe in your justice, my Lord!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 16, 2006

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