Of Man By Nature Poem by John Bunyan

Of Man By Nature

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From God he's a backslider,
Of ways he loves the wider;
With wickedness a sider,
More venom than a spider.
In sin he's a considerer,
A make-bate and divider;
Blind reason is his guider,
The devil is his rider.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Kayla 19 November 2019

It okay

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Arsith 18 February 2019

Fantastic??

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Poooop 29 April 2018

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The raw rabid reality of a sinful life is here presented.

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John Bunyan

Elstow, Bedfordshire, England.
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