Isunge Mwangase

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Prayer - Poem by Isunge Mwangase

Unworthy I have been,
And still you are keen,
To wash me clean,
All my dregs of sin

Thus Before you I kneel,
With galaxies of zeal,
Since you paid my sins bill-
And made me anew.

Without you I would fade
Like the tears I shed,
When from you I'd strayed-
By me you were betrayed

From sin I will now abstain,
Your word I wont disdain,
Till I am first among men
Forever and ever amen.

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Isunge Mwangase © Wednesday,
October 12,2011.09: 46PM

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, June 26, 2013

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