I Die For You(From The Pages Of My Dreams) - Poem by Maia Padua
(my dreams in my teenage life where this kind of dreams
usually visited me in my sleep)
Walking on the road of roses
my feet walked towards the wilderness
passing through the thorny, narrow way
and up to the hill of uncertainty.
Darkness envelopes me
the reeks and fogs blocked my way
when the reeks drapes like curtain in the show
i saw Jesus nailed, hanging on the cross
under His feet fire woods are burning
make Him looked burnt and green too.
In His eyes, sadness and mercy shows
Staring at Him, wondering, feeling so low
He smiled at me with His dying words He said
'I'm willing to die for you'
My knees trembled, my heart ached
His words echoed ' I die for you' 'I die for you'
covering my face, with guilt, i cried and cried
to remember what have i done, i really tried.
I woke up with my face wet with tears
my body's trembling, my heart's pounding
on my knees, I pray:
'Oh, Lord, I'm so sorry
i failed to keep my promise to pray everyday.
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