Corey Threet

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Unplanned Parenthood (C) 5-6-2010 - Poem by Corey Threet

Dear Lord the almighty, the all high, supreme ruler of Earth
You've saved me and protected me ever since my birth
You are the light in which I walk
And the beautiful breeze to my hair,
Oh who am I kidding I know you know why I'm here
Through all of the pangs of distress
And the hardships I've faced
I never thought that soon to my whole family I'd be a disgrace
Oh Lord you were right my mistakes will come to the light
And now I guess my reign of sins have come to an end
What will I do? What can I say?
I must make my decision soon.
All I wish I could do is to sail far away past the moon.
Should I give it away or maybe abort it?
But that too is hateful to your eyes
But I can only speak to you now because none of this was a surprise
I know you've counseled me and told me the right route I should go
But apparently the lust of Satan snuck up on me surely but slow
I would've went to planned parenthood
But I know they plan our parenthood to never exist
But even if their plans were evil I wouldn't have to be dealing with this
I wrapped up though it isn't my fault the condom was lame
But it is my fault that I put myself in this as all is the same
So lord what kind of trouble am I in?
Please God tell me,
When does a mistake become a sin?
Daddy'll kill me and mommy won't look at me the same
I thought it was a game, but as you said it would come
Was the way that it came.
Oh Jehovah, my Sovereign Supreme, Lord of the skies
Please help me in this time of hurt.
I know I've disassociated myself from you and I'll never do it again
I know you'll be here to free me from my sin, through Jesus' name Amen


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 6, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 24, 2012


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