Ch J Satyananda Kumar

Rookie (25-04-1955 / Amadalavalasa, Srikakulam, AP, India, now living at Visakhapatnam)

My Master Is A Carpenter - Poem by Ch J Satyananda Kumar

My master is a carpenter
He transformed this lumber log in to a carved chair to be kept in his royal court
My master is a big fisherman
He caught this worthless fish to be kept in his splendid aquarium
My master is a good shepherd
He made me to lie down in green pastures and lead me beside the still waters.
My master is a skilled baker
He gave me the bread of life to enable me to enjoy his eternal bliss
My master is a high skilled potter
He shaped this dirty clay in to his chosen vessel to store his gems of wisdom
My master is a kind husbandman
He tended this unyielding tree with his care and made it give fruit in plenitude
My master is a benevolent banker
He redeemed all my sinful encumbrances and gave me a wealth of grace
My master is a physician and healer
He shall heal all my diseases and lift me up from the pangs of death
My master is a merciful high priest
He himself turned sacrificial lamb to atone all my sins
My master is the highest judge
He sorts out sheep from goats to judge the good and bad
My master is the valiant warrior
He will come down on his white horse to vanquish satanic legions
My master is the king of kings
He will descend with his hosts of angels to take me to his kingdom!



(Written after seeing a car with a sticker which displayed ‘my master is a carpenter’)


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 31, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, February 1, 2010


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