Alvin Parkinson


I Love You My Lord - Poem by Alvin Parkinson

O lord of hosts lord of the prophets Elijah, Moses, and Nathan
Thy God that consistently delivers me from the hands of Satan
Hallow is your garment and virtuous is your face
God of love and peace and wonders is your grace

God that doesn’t worry about tomorrow cause tomorrow can handle its own
The unrighteous even knows that thy savior can dismantle their bones
And cast them into the fields where the pigs and dogs form a stampede
And crushes what ever that’s on the ground with no sympathy

Today I have come to honor and worship your name
Give burnt offerings from my heart to your holy flames
People pronounce and say “Hail Mary”, “Hail Hitler” with proud ness and happiness
But I say “Hail God of Israel” with both plus crappy less

All praises goes out to thee, thy God that can turn stone onto bread
Thy God that knows thou every hair in my head
Thou surrenders and bows down to thy mighty words
Thou make an oath to thy Lord that thou ears have heard

And put thy biblical messages to thou heart
And become more purified than ever and have a holy mark
O people of heaven, earth, thy universe, and hell must know you are God
Thy God of everything, a fisherman that’s come to take its fishes with his rod

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 10, 2005

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 15, 2010


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