Description: well this is my first post on here. So let me tell you about how my poetry works. I do not write by the book i guess you can say. I write what I feel and a lot of the time it comes out in ryme. So if it is not professional enouph I am sorry.
But any who, I wrote this one when I found out my grandfather has cancer, so it is just a bunch of thoughts. Tell me what ya think
*gods and men* -------------------------------------------
I am too tired to think
To tired to care anymore
And death rears his ugly head
A massacre to be led
Skin to be broken
I want to remember him
I want him to live forever
Though that gutless god will curse My yearn
I pray for him to be spared!
And though he clings to life The strings will be cut
We are all puppets on a string Puppets so willing to kneel to nothing! And though our skin burns we still believe That, that nothing will spare us of this hurt
Feel the burn of life’s curse.
And we are never suppose to question
Never give a second glance To the strings dangling before us.
this is a strange write and i am not sure if i understand what you are trying to say...it feels like there is somebody close to you that is very ill and may pass away and you feel that it is Gods fault and He is to blame...i agree we are too question and seek knowledge of self, we cannot blame God for our wrongs...sometimes it is just the way of the world we havemade for ourselves/...i feel you in this poem...Read Job in the bible and see for yourself...perhaps this may sharpen you clarity...much love!
????????? Whoa. This poem looks like you are saying that God causes or is the cause of suffering. He is not. God loves humans and would never cause them to suffer. Satan the Devil, God's enemy, creates all these problems. God has let Satan try and prove that his way of ruling the world is better than God's. Soon God will destroy Satan and make the world a paradise and people will live forever. This poem is hurtful to me because to me, the poem appears to be saying (at least to me anyways) that God causes suffering.