AHO Speaks

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Troubled Times - Poem by AHO Speaks

I am not religious so do not know where to turn
About God I have much to learn
Is it here and there and always will be
Watching and waiting to hear from you and me? .

If I speak and listen will it show the way
For some tomorrow and for others today
A response in words and actions or just a thought
Remember my friends it loves you a lot.

You may not receive what you believe to be right
But I promise you it will bring in the light
If life becomes trying and the future looks bleak
Please don't take your life but continue to seek.

If separation from a loved one is to be your trial
Endure and communicate once in awhile
Tell God what you seek and about your need
You are its child and part of its seed.

If you know God and God knows you
The darkness of your life will take on a new hue
If religion did not emphasize to communicate with God
Let this be a time in your life and wait not until the sod.

Take life for what is presented
Trust in God and never feel resented
Do not be of such little faith
That you believe to God you are just a waif.

You are God's child and God's alone
Your a son or a daughter and not a stone.

10-26-05 Aho Seeks

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 29, 2010


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