Nenia Arnaiz Dulom


My Heart Talks - Poem by Nenia Arnaiz Dulom

I may have failed in so many ways,
I may have hurt somebody else,
I may have brought God mercy in disgrace,
I may have dishonored my mother till her death,
I may have gained some intellect,
I may have learned something from all my mistakes,
I may have lived a life I did not expect,
I may have gave up on something I should not have,
I may have lost some fight and fell on my face,
I may have in vain broken some of my promises,
I may have taken a path that is diverted,
I may have miscalculated my steps,
I may have faltered in some of critical phase,
In life's different facets and circumstances,
I may have missed something then regret,
I may have done something I should not have,
I may have forgotten the things worth my memories,
I may have broken a whole into pieces,
I may have spoken words that were not meant,
I may have disobeyed some rules and tenets,
Through all of these God You are the luminous and distinct,
The only explicit truth inaudible and unseen,
But the heart and spirit recognize and sense,
Your mercy and power radiating from Your throne,
Everything I presumed impossible and out of control
You magnificently turns into wonderful conclusion!
I remember now that You are the Author,
The Only One who really knows,
The beginning and the end,
Whatever side of stories I am now at present,
You know where I will be at the end,
So this is my prayer O God my great help,
A song of my heart to You who knows best,
My faithful Friend till the end,
Please never let me slip my hand from Your grip,
I will be nothing but dust in the wind,
If You will leave me go astray and adrift.

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

Form: Prose Poem


Poet's Notes about The Poem

I was kind of sad when a wrote this poem but when I remember the kindness of God I returned to being optimistic and hopeful!

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, September 9, 2015


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