Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

Stealth Movement - Poem by Bob Gotti

Evil men filled by Satan himself, are on earth as Satan’s stealth,
Thought by many as good for all, they move to see nations fall,
Introducing ways indifferent to, God who rules over me and you,
Deceiving the very hearts man, as they fulfill a much darker plan.

Their darker ways are obscured, to many who know not our Lord,
Many of these ways they select, could even deceive God’s elect,
This, if such a thing was possible, as these leaders begin to rule,
While veiling a much darker side, in the policies they tend to hide.

A platform is being set, my friend, for indeed a much darker end,
As the things of God are set aside, Truths of God, will be denied,
To all those who, in God believe, by these men who now deceive,
Sly masters of political disguise, duping men, thought to be wise,

They haven’t a fear of The Lord, as His moral decrees go ignored,
Towards a time of total tolerance, cloaked in man’s righteousness,
Tolerating all, except two entities, the nation Israel and Christianity,
Striving to pacify God’s enemies; lifting to God only blasphemies.

They go openly to all mankind, with dark agendas cloaked behind,
Promises that they can’t produce, in policies that are political ruse,
Upon their steadfast declaration, they desire to rebuild this Nation,
Purposing for all National health, is only Satan operating in stealth.

(Copyright ©06/2009)

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  • Cynthia Buhain-baello (6/27/2009 4:18:00 AM)

    Thank you for posting this very revealing poem that is so filled with honest TRUTH.
    Religion and man's self-righteousness is the deception of Satan, and the absence of a real knowledge of God births all the corruption there is in our world. I hope everyone gets to read your poem!

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 27, 2009

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