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Before I go,
There are things I must do.
Things I must know,
And that I must tell you.
I have yet to succeed.
I have yet to find a wife,
I cling to life through greed.
I have to know what my sister will become,
I must know what will happen to she.
It gives me one more staple to life.
Also, I must speak of the Lord,
Speak in the Lord Christ sake.
Do not turn, Falter or become bored,
'Cause you go to Hell if you forsake.
So now I must go on and live,
Though life is constantly changing.
For I, dispite it all, wish, for Him, to live.
So still I breath,

Do not get offended for my inclusion of Christianity, for in my mind it is fact, however, if it is not so in your mind, that won't help you much.

To live ones life free from the constraints of judgement is truely bliss.

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The following comments are for "Befor I go"
by crackpotpoet

Before I go
Crackpot, never feel that you must apologize for your own poetry. So far, in this country at least, noone can condemn your freedom to have thoughts and write them down for others to read. Christianity is a world force, and has been since recorded history. For me, the poem hit some nerves and I can relate to your frame of mind. Keep up the honest writing -- political correctness be damned.

( Posted by: BWOz [Member] On: March 12, 2006 )

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