Why Fear Death

by Larry   Dec 4, 2005

I shall examine the error of my ways,
As I near the end of my days;
I shall forsake hatred and embrace love,
I shall transform into a symbolic, white, dove!

I shall never again shed a tear,
Or allow myself to be overwhelmed with fear;
I shall forsake prejudice and embrace others,
I shall embrace my newfound sisters and brothers!

I shall search the Scriptures for the truth,
As I shed my foolish youth;
I shall forsake vain babblings and speak the Word,
I shall be thankful for the sufferings our Saviour endured!

I shall read of a place called Calgary,
And how the Lord died for you and for me;
I shall forsake Satan's evil ways,
I shall glory in the Lord for the rest of my days!

For Christ's cause I shall be a slave,
Until the moment I enter my grave;
On that day I shall forsake troublesome sorrow,
I shall delight in the aspect of no more tomorrows!


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  • 12 years ago

    by sarah

    You show great meaning in this poem i love the message you give out.