I wrote this When I still believed yonks ago.

Discussion in 'HipForums Poetry Contest' started by Dax, Aug 21, 2020.

  1. Dax

    Dax Members

    I wrote this many years ago when i still believed,


    Christ what a loss, you died on a cross
    So the world and his wife could be saved,
    Christ all that pain and you suffered in vain
    For the world and his wife are depraved.

    Christ you should know, you reap what you sow
    And we planted the seeds of destruction,
    Christ we are bad, I bet you are sad
    That war is our finest construction?

    We kill in your name, to us its a game
    Atomic soldiers, airmen and all,
    We hunt and rape, anyone any shape
    Mushroom clouds will rise as we fall.

    We steal and plunder, Christ its a wonder
    There is anything left that is pure
    We foul the air, everything that’s fair
    Only death in our lives can be sure.

    We jail and ban anyone, any man
    Whose beliefs are different to ours,
    We condemn and complain, seek wealth and gain\
    ll lands want to be super powers.

    So man has failed and Jesus was nailed
    They tortured his body and mind,
    So please don't wait, we deserve our fate
    Good God crucify this mankind.
  2. Love it Dax. As you know.
    Captured in it, the many thoughts I have had but never able to put it in words, so eloquently, the way that you do.
  3. Angelmama

    Angelmama Angel Lifetime Supporter

    I feel your sorrow over the state of this world and you are right-- it does make Him sad.
    But you're wrong about Christ's crucifixion being in vain.
    It was for you that He died.
    You, and me, and everyone who has ever lived-- or ever will.
    As the Bible says, Christ died as a ransom in exchange for many.
    It was His sacrifice which made our eternal life possible; all we have done, however vile, has been forgiven.
    It is a gift, and all that is required from us is to accept it, and ask Him to come into our hearts.
    How simple and beautiful is that?

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