Poetic Judy L Emery


The Earth Stage - Poem by Poetic Judy L Emery

The Earth Stage

Oh, you poor souls,
I see how all stands in the center of all your sins,
you sinful ones as I
get down on your knees and weep
lets not do the things of the rebel ones
Oh, hold your tongues.

Look at them, how they had painted their outer walls
but what is deep within are lies and hate
they lead the way into snares of darkness
this is a large coat to pay
it will lead your soul astray.

Oh, get down on your knees and pray
ask God for the strength to see another day,
choose to live the way God would want you to
let go of the pains of the past
in this life nothing last.

Don't be the hero of the world
we are on the stage of the earth
where life is shortened,
Hold on to the glory of true salvation
where sorrow of true sadness turns into joy.

Let your tears fall to the sand
then get up and take your stand,
labor for what is right in Jehovah Gods eyes
let the sound of truth come you
Let Jesus lead the way for you to walk
Never give up.

Poetic Judy Emery 1998

Topic(s) of this poem: dreams

Form: Ballad


Comments about The Earth Stage by Poetic Judy L Emery

  • Kumarmani Mahakul (4/16/2018 12:15:00 PM)


    Let your tears fall to the sand
    then get up and take your stand,
    labor for what is right in Jehovah Gods eyes
    let the sound of truth come you
    Let Jesus lead the way for you to walk
    Never give up......let it be so. Beautiful poem with nice theme. Thsnks for sharing.
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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 16, 2018



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