Michael Yureck

You'Re Just Too Good God - Poem by Michael Yureck

When I think about how life can carry on with the extreme pain, hate and jealousy, how can we witness indifference. Times that soak in paradise have all gone astray.
When I feel the waves carried away reflected from the tear drops, are you deserving of the compassion?
Now may God understand the satisfaction controlled within your head, sense the way the spices agree with your tongue.

Everywhere the camera turns, a blemish shines through Around the mountains and below the seas, above it all the walls fall down, the atmosphere cleanses clear, and the pristine air flows freely away.

Why do you perform these feats lord?
You're just too good God.(Have 2nd verse)

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 12, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 13, 2011

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