John Ackerman

We Make Or Break Our Reality

We Make Or Break Our Reality

you have lit the spark that ignited the inner flame to what I was waiting for
a thought is just that a thought if not put to use
one must percieve it in their minds first in order to achieve it
we all seek for truth in this life just some of us search in a garbage can
the mind is filled as in a lost mouse in a maze

if we put are heads together we can achieve much
in a society today in such a rush
one can't find themselves unless they have a personal relationship with their creator
We can wear a face as in a facade
We can front our body's to be thrown at Satan's will
Each of us is responsible for the decisions we make in this life

Therefore gain wisdom & with all thy getting gain understanding
pray with all of your might through the power of the spirit
look above to the heavenly love
merciful one come take this chip off my shoulder
Stop the hate & fighting as our society grows a bit colder
only one life will soon be passed only what's done out of love will last

No one in this life gets by on any free pass
we must make a great decision to believe in a power greater then self
perhaps you want to put that book right back on the shelf
but faith without works is dead
what is going on inside our heads
it's the blind leading the blind and soon going to fall into the ditch

Cheer up my brother for God alone is enough
don't need a sports car or a night at your local bar
Keep your head up & smile
Cause you know all the great while
Love will soon make a comeback
It's quite all right to believe in that

Topic(s) of this poem: faith, hope, love

Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 19, 2017

Form: Free Verse


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Comments about We Make Or Break Our Reality by John Ackerman

  • Upendra Upm (8/22/2017 1:28:00 AM)

    Yes. if two heads are put together, result is exponentiated, not added.Cooperation, informal or in legal , paralegal
    contract form will do wonder as you said.

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