Trevor Schulte

Rookie - 7 Points (7/28/87 / California)

Redeemed Road... - Poem by Trevor Schulte

Burdened no more I walk a free-flowed path,
each step guided by blinded faith.
Need not worry but embrace my stumbles.
For if I had continued on my way,
holding to dismay, I would have no ending,
and be led astray.
Yet I stroll the path with clarity and optimism.
Clarity on who I am, who I am to be;
with an optimistic out turn gleaming the truth.
A truth that defies definition and loosens Its label.
A promise built on faith alone.
Dare I walk in His presence but lay down my knee.
For to Him I am bought and given my path.
Why drown in depression when I can rejoice in expression.
Skipping my way towards the never ending story
of love, death, and rebirth.
I now laden my hardened heart to the point
where its stubbornness is dulled
and its openness is livened.
For to walk in Him
your free-willed step you abate;
because His path
leads right to Heaven's gate.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 16, 2011

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