Tameeka Smith

Veteran Poet - 1,135 Points (Norfolk)

Let's Not Forget - Poem by Tameeka Smith

We all have our days
We all have our battles to fight
These situations sometimes
Don't make us feel at our best
So when we see
Our fellow brother or sister go through
Pray for them and don't gossip
Actions shows the heart
People who are at fault
Of doing wrong to others
Will find reasons to make
What they are doing seem right
But that's the way of the world
People of God aren't suppose
To be that way
What I speak is truth
We need to know the difference
Between being real, negative and positive
Don't get so deep that you forget
The things that helped you to get
To where you are today
And still we all have a ways to go
Am I taking shot oh know
God allow us to go though
We have scars that were
Once hurtful wounds
So let's use them as inspiration
To those who may go through
The same thing to
We must encourage others
So they will want our strength
Let's help them to endure
Don't fail the test
By causing them to turn away
Because you want to judge
Things can be good today
But it could change
The devil is on the prowl
And nobody's mind is safe
So try staying humble always
The last thing anyone wants to do
Is be responsible for sending
Someone to Hell
How will you explain yourself to God
So represent Christ well
We maybe the only Bible
That they read
It's best to always be more understanding
So the next time you see
Someone going through or in need
Think before you act or speak
Let's work on being better human beings
This is as positive and real as it gets
Remember where we started from
Let's not forget

Topic(s) of this poem: christian, friendship, god, love

Form: Blues Poem

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Be a great friend in Christ.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 30, 2016

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 30, 2016

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