Moses, wandering in the desert sand,
Encountered a sight that made him understand,
A bush that burned, yet was not consumed,
A miracle before him, it seemed to loom.
Approaching with caution, he heard a voice,
A command that made him tremble and rejoice,
"Remove your shoes, for you are on holy land,
I am the God of your fathers, understand."
Moses fell to his knees, overwhelmed with awe,
The voice continued, "I have seen my people's plight and flaw,
I will send you to Pharaoh to demand their release,
With my power and strength, you will bring them peace."
Moses was hesitant, unsure of his task,
But the voice assured him, "I will be with you, do not ask,
Go forth, and trust in me, for I am the one true God,
And through you, my people will escape from the oppressor's rod."
With renewed faith, Moses rose to his feet,
And set out on his journey with a heart full of heat,
For he knew he was chosen for a noble cause,
To lead his people to freedom, in accordance with God's laws.
The burning bush remained, a symbol of divine grace,
A reminder of the miracle that had taken place,
And Moses, inspired by the flame that burned without end,
Led his people to the promised land, where they could finally mend
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem