Gary Bryson


*sodom And Gomorrah - Poem by Gary Bryson

Surely there’s a righteous man,
Surely there’s a few.
Lord surely some would keep their Faith,
And trust alone in You.

As Sodom and her sisters,
Lie prosperous on the plain,
So surely there are ten or more,
Who still call on your name.

Preserve them Lord, preserve them,
Before it is too late.
I know there must be eight or more,
Who trust your Holy state.

Deliver Lord, deliver,
From judgment’s righteous call.
If there be only six or more,
Would you deliver all?

I feel Your anger kindled Lord,
And evil cannot win.
If I can find you four or more,
Will You forget this sin?

So be it Lord, So be it,
Justice demands your wrath.
Your never change or compromise,
They freely chose their path.

Surely there’s a righteous man,
Lord maybe there are two.
Is there only one who keeps his faith,
Alone I trust in You.

3/21/06


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 12, 2006


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