Questions And Answers - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz
Placid madness the sigh of age
Meaning, accomplishment, legacy
Desperate silent rage
Responsibility and the free will
What have I chosen to do?
Pleasure seekers seek their thrill
The immortal soul will soon move on
I will see the ledger of right and wrong
Do you really believe there is eternity?
Do you think we can hide from what we do?
What is your definition of maturity?
Conscience seems to reflect universal law
Some things are not evened in this lifetime
What about all the beauty you saw?
Do you still feel awe on a starry night?
Do you believe your soul is in flight?
How do you resolve your eminent death?
Is love just a biological bonding?
How do you deal with what Jesus Christ said?
Is bug eating bug and the strong survive it?
Might makes right and the powerful thrive
Do you think having a soul is just myth?
Do you believe there is a book of life?
Where are you going when you die?
Have you done things wrong?
Do you have a need to be forgiven?
The weak perish so do the strong
Can you take with you your gold?
What about love and tenderness?
What about being bought and sold?
Only one God in history died for man
On your deathbed you will need his hand
On a hill far away an old rugged cross stands
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