Mcanthony C. Nwatu
I Never Did Pray - Poem by Mcanthony C. Nwatu
I never did
Thinking it’s not necessary
Since am in merry.
At this time my spirit frail
I couldn’t see evil trail.
Thought it’s normal
But what could have been formal.
Pray I reflected at ease
Thought it’s nothing, I decease.
To sec. school days I flashed back
How prayers got enemies off my back.
Now it’s the enemy within,
Hastily I took it in,
Not just prayers but psalms
Again I got victory in my palms.
So, I learnt to pray all day.
Now I ever did pray.
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