Melvina Germain

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Welcome To Paradise - Poem by Melvina Germain

Thou shalt not die, this truth I know, for he who
maketh me wilt not de neigh, my life is eternal, my
bliss to come. Fear not this wrath upon earths doom,
thou wilt not rest in the depth of a tomb.

My spirit one may try to defile, my flesh one might
devour and mutilate, but my soul, my soul shall
remain in tact and I’ll proudly walk through God’s
eternal gate.

Fear not this blackness or a shadows dance. Weep
not upon thy black widows pillow. Uplift your
spirit, let it rise high, live your dreams beneath God’s
golden sky.

Let not the damned dam you, nor blame you of
their guilt. May their bodies wither numberless
years as they lay motionless among earths silt.

Tis you who turns the defiling wrath, so foul, so
impure, as it will be to the wretched fools who
bow their heads in love with evil entities, O let
them so endure.

Immortal life comes to those who flee evils will,
those who work for the good of man shall
triumph forever still. We tribute them with the
trumpeting sound, with the glorious harpsichord,
with flutes and scintillating violins. Only the
grandest symphony shall appear to welcome our
people in.

Come and enjoy this profound embrace, this
pradise reclaimed. Dine in peace, live, laugh
and love, realize how much you have gained.
Dreams unfolded, endless love, immortality, the
truth has triumphed well. Welcome to this new
world of peace where you will infinitely dwell.

Written by: MelvinaGermain
Date: March11/2013

Topic(s) of this poem: spirituality

Form: Prose Poem

Comments about Welcome To Paradise by Melvina Germain

  • (10/27/2015 1:15:00 AM)

    but the standards listed are quite high
    for many of us a place will be denied
    Thanks Melvina-10
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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 26, 2015

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