What Does A Man Do - Poem by Kenneth Davis
What does a man do, when he is at his width’s end?
When the trials and tribulations of this world wonder how far we will bend.
What does a man do, when he is on the brake of insanity?
From the pressures, rules, and regulations of humanity
What does a man do, when he has nothing left to lose?
So he gets forced to swallow down drugs, nicotine, and booze.
What does a man do, when he has nowhere left to turn?
When he is forced to question all that he is learned.
What does a man do, when life becomes too much?
When there’s nothing left to do when the going gets tough.
A man gets down on his knees and throws his hands up
To first give his praises to the lord above
To honor his name and all his son gave
All the blood he shed so he could be saved
He says he only finds peace when he is with his father
With his arms around him, the world is no longer a bother.
Who is this man going through all this trouble?
Who feels his life is doomed to crumble
Who feels comfort and warmth in his father’s arms?
That feel security that he will no longer come to harm
That man is me, I am just like you
And trust all that he has done for me; he can do for you too!
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