FORGIVE ME, FATHER (POEM)

FORGIVE ME, FATHER

By MR.J | Janrey | 30 Aug 2020


FORGIVE ME, FATHER

Black strips and blur Ines lancaster for my eyes shined Dmlights and that shadow's desres Silenced me for a moment of time

I Saw that crucifix hanged from above Signified the paradox of this dark dove He lured me with hs deceiving phrase Then I fel off to this indulging gace

Forgive me Father for I Have sinned Itunes to you as an immoral teen Filthy hands and guilty mind present to you To the altar of holness I forgot to pursue

Bess me Father for bear this child This is the fruit of a witing bond If I fail to honor you as a woman Inow seek you as a mother to my son

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