Poem: Second Chance

Posted in Religion-inspired tagged , , , , at 9:11 AM by Kay

O Lord

grant me a second chance

to be more positive,

to be more loving,

to be more forgiving,

to be more righteous

and to give more honor to you Lord.

I have fallen short of the glory,

participated in sinful things

and forgot about my blessings.

O Lord

grant me a second chance

to prove what I really possess inside.

Give me the strength to carry on

when I am weak

and when I am strong.

Oh Lord

forgive me of my sins

and cleanse my spirit and soul.


Poem: With This Breath I Do Take

Posted in Religion-inspired tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , at 2:49 PM by Kay

With this breath, I do take

full control of my life.

I must not let the pain of the past

overshadow my future.

I promise to forgive my enemies

and forgive myself for my transgressions.

For every day I wake,

I promise the Lord

I will make it great.

I will no longer allow myself to mope around

and feel sorry for myself.

I will rise to the good

and fight the bad.

I will love with a love

I have never had

now, tomorrow,

and for the rest of my life.


Poem: Sometimes

Posted in Religion-inspired tagged , , , , , , , , , , , at 10:39 AM by Kay

Sometimes the burdens become so great.

Too great, sometimes for the heart to bear.

In those times an ear is needed

to listen, to confide in, to console.

When that ear is not easily found,

the Lord’s ear is always around.

He is non-judgmental and always there.

Through undying faith

the Lord will heal that burdened, bleeding heart

and in time,

the burdens will cease.

Your heart will rejoice from release.

Sometimes we doubt the present and wonder why.

Life is too short for doubt and disbelief.

We must strive to always do what is right.

Keep our faith and realize that

sometimes we are put to a test

requiring strength stronger than physical strength.

This strength is faith and cannot be touched.

It is not seen and is not learned.

It is felt.

When your belief is so immense,

that it cannot be broken.

The burdens that come to pass will not last

and your life will be more enriched

not just sometimes,

but all of the time.