Wisdom In Choices - Poem by Joseph Blitch
In the dark secret area of my mind,
A deep still river I once again find,
Flowing over with past tears cried,
When my joyful spirit almost died.
If only to my elders I had listened,
Life’s remembrances would glisten,
Granny said wait, don’t rush time,
Your missing rib, GOD shall find.
Wish I had waited for a plain Jane,
A simple loving lady by any name,
My soul shook as she walked town,
I walked by not even turning around.
Too many bad choices were made,
Rushing unlearned into life’s arcade,
This young soul meet many a test,
Failing most or just passing at best.
Resting in GOD after worldly roam,
Resigned to live by myself, not alone,
Found Agape, for others I now care,
With everyone, GOD’s love I share.
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