Christian Ken Israel Poems

  • 1.
    The Godly And Heavenly Rhymes
    By The Christian Poet Of All Times;
    Dedicated To Every Saint
    To Wait On The Lord And Not Faint.
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  • 2.
    Like babes who can't live on their own
    But depend on their mothers,
    No one of us can live alone-
    We all depend on others.
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  • 3.
    Life Is Complicated,
    Comprising the Loved And Hated;
    When Humans Look At You And Smile,
    Keep From Them A Thousand Mile.
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  • 4.
    I have a sweet story to tell
    An old story I know so well
    It is the tale of how Pride fell
    And landed shamefully in hell
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  • 5.
    When out of my dream
    I wake to scream
    In the mid of the night,
    I will swing to fight
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  • 6.
    Hungry Eyes,
    Longing for every sight,
    Whether of virtue or vice;
    Be it wrong or right.
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  • 7.
    Oh ye dreamers, don't throw your dreams away;
    They are seeds today waiting to spring forth.
    Tho' they soon faint and seem to go astray;
    Dream them again for they are of great worth.
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  • 8.
    My past still holds moments of my sinful days;
    Yet they look at me and can't see any flaws.
    I have left the wrong path and my awful ways
    To walk with the Lord in the light of His laws
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  • 9.
    I remember that old and gloomy night
    When expedient was it that we escape
    At the expense of a dim crescent light.
    Mother watched our captors in utter gape
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Total 9 Poems by Christian Ken Israel

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