Reginald Walker

Think On This Too, A Poetic Series

I use to give hell to everyone along the way.
I forgot for every misdeed, I must pay.
If I wanted something, I stole it.
However, I had a fit the day my house was hit.
Indeed, I had forgot what the Bible does say.
Whatever I plant in the ground, the same shall come back my way.

If you give,
It shall be given unto you.

When life gave me more trouble than I could bare,
I would give trouble to someone for whom I did not care.
It seemed like the more trouble that I caused each day,
The more trouble came back my way.
Indeed, I had forgot what the Bible does say.
What I give out, I will get back one day.

Whatever a man sow
That also shall he reap.

A man, one day, got out of his bed,
However, his feet never touched the floor.
You see, this man was dead.
The funeral director took him out the door.
I hope he knew what the bible does say.
We will have to stand before the throne of God, one day.

If anyone's name was not found written in the Book of Life,
He was thrown it to the lake of fire.

Are you prepared?
No matter whom you are,
You will go to heaven.
You will look Him in the face.
The question is
Will you be there to stay?
Everyone does go to heaven.
However, not everyone gets to stay.

Every man, born of a woman,
Must die.

Copyrighted 2007

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 30, 2007
Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011

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