To A Man In Ardent Reign - Poem by Instalasi Sastra
Oh dear! Another humiliation embraced me,
To a seductive mortal passion veil in beauty;
Again a true path of God I can not see,
Blinded by the filthiest gaze desire of nudity.
I try to over come the evil compassion within,
But I’m cradle deep in the sadness;
I’m guilty, I’m surrendered, and I never win,
When sin drive me further into the darkness.
The languid life have burned me inside,
A perverted creatures a live;
My distance from heaven is getting wide,
Yet internally my dying soul rebel while my tortured soul strive.
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