Thanks for the comment on my recent poem, I read it and wrote another poem, I hope the mistakes are gone, and I knew it sounded a bit cliché, so I wanted it to be original what I was feeling, feel free to check out my latest poem.
Thanks for reading "Consternation." The piece is about a person retiring for the day and is wondering has his words and actions made any impact upon those met and wondering if the situations were handled differently would there have been a greater positive impact. In other words, the person is of a scrupulous nature which means there is a certain insecurity of how to act.
(I hope this clears the fog a bit.) You say the rhyme seems forced, Well,isn't this the way a scruplous person acts!
I'm glad my post sparked something inside you, I am sorry that for right now it is pain and confusion, but I hope that you won't let yourself assume that you have the world figured out for too long. We are all so young, and to place a period where there should be a question mark is often our greatest mistake. And not only do we need questions, but we need people who ask questions they have not already answered for themselves.
I'm sorry if what I say is too bold but I think you will receive it well. If your argument is based on God taking things from you, I doubt that you have yet understood the truth of who God really is. I apologize for anyone who has made God out to be a tyrant who treats us like pawns, but I am no fool, and I trust God with everything.