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Dear God
By Kizz4k on 10/23/2007
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I found this poem today in an old journal. It's one of the few I've ever written that actually rhymed. I am more comfortable with free verse and writing song lyrics.
I have to say this poem surprised me. I wrote it in 2002, a time of my life where a crisis took place, and I am not the proudest of any of those events. That said, I would never take them back, because those hardships enabled me to grow in a tremendous and beautiful way. I saw the woman I was becoming and didn't like her, and so I began to change into a person I could be proud of.
Ever wonder what you would ask God, if you met him face to face?

Dear God

Dear God would you have me
if we should meet tonight?
Would you recieve me
if fate should dim my light?

And what if I took
that life on my own?
And what if I stomped
and spat on my bones?

Would you forgive?
Would you accept?
Would I regret
those I had left?

Dear God are you judging
each step that I make?
And do you keep record
of all my mistakes?

And what if I questioned
your very existance?
and what if I sought you
with pain and persistance?

Dear God would you listen?
Dear God would you care?
Dear God when it's over
will I see you there?

© By Kizz4k On 10/23/2007 3:27:55 PM
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