Let Heaven Wait - Poem by Joseph Anderson
My fellow man, let me address
A confused world in deep distress;
'Tis rife with greed, graft, fear and hate,
As sinners search for Heavens gate.
A world caught in the bitter throes
Of things long past and future woes;
Those streets of gold will not be found,
'Midst turmoil marching all around.
We all should seek, for you, for me
A world freed from such misery;
A world where peace and love resides
And fellowship with men abides.
Our much sought Gods must surely see
The depths of our depravity;
Should we be seeking Heavens gate?
I rest my case, let Heaven wait.
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