Issac S


Purest Of Prayers - Poem by Issac S

Purest of prayers where shall I find?
Echoes of it, rattling the weirs of heaven,
Tearing foundations to core

Purest of prayers where shall I find?
The chanting of hymns dusk till dawn
The rites and cults to appease the gods

Purest of prayers where shall I find?
Gonging of bells up so high
Clad in snow and monks so bare

Purest of prayers where shall I find?
Rosaries and saints choirs and steppes
Angels slaying daemons, confession and communions

Purest of prayers is here I found!
A mothers weep, a lovers despair,
A soldiers plea, a drunkards cry

Melody to Him this what He hears
None but the purest for which heaven prevails
Making tears dropp like beads from His eyes galore


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 23, 2012

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 23, 2012


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