Donald Yates


We Have A Date - Poem by Donald Yates

My heart remains in bondage;
I can’t rejoice in this,
I fear that He bear for me,
and I partaker of bless.

The world has been my footstool
I craved its’ feverish song
Everything was a tool
So I could do more wrong.

Tormented and dejected
I sought a peace of mind
From the many worldly things
I choose to leave behind.

I set upon the mountain
I look upon the dell
I see the many good things
My life is not for sell.

If bondage I must be in
Then toil I must bear
I seek you in every breath
Because I know you’re there.

Your presence I now long for
I’ll stand firm and wait.
Because I know in the end
We have a date

'1998'


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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 12, 2010



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