God unrolled the blueprint and layed it down,
Grabbed some miry clay from the ground.
Molded and shaped it with his own two hands,
Created woman created man.
Knew this World was full of sin,
So he mixed morals and values deep within.
Gave us a heart and gave us a soul,
Added the body that made us whole.
Made us all in his own image,
Supplied lungs and air but not quite finished.
So he threw in some eyes for us to see,
Built our hands and feet then set us free.
To roam this Earth you and me,
And continue his works with our good deeds.
Lets make him proud of who we are,
And spread his message near and far.
When your time is up here on this Earth,
And we go to Heaven to show our worth.
If theres more love than there was hate,
He will let you in those Pearly Gates.
Good poem...what a beautiful description of a human's body! Uhhhmmm, can I please ask you something? Do poems with a heart on the side of the titles mean the poems are going to be nominated? Pls reply here asap...thanx a bunch!
I'm not a fan of religion in general, but I do enjoy it when I read a different-veined piece of work that shows another aspect of religion and faith. This is a brilliantly executed piece. The fact that you had such a common rhyme scheme and yet still shared the message in such a profound manner shows your skill as a poet, you had my interest from start to finish. Brilliant.