FAITH LIFESTYLE POETRY

#FeatureFebruary || Salvary by Joseph Boyle

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Allow me be sad,

let me revel

in my misery.

For out of it has

my most,

treasurable moments, memorable comments, and

settling

thoughts.

not now,

i’ve found a home here.

Allow me be sad, Let me revel

in my misery.

For out of it are my wildest smiles, longest walks,

and

most

profound words.

not now!

Allow me be sad

Let me revel

in my misery.

For it has birthed, seeds which your

vain words planted. love, which your vague actions thwarted,

and

promises you dare not, falter.

not now Jesus.

Allow me be sad

Let me revel

in my misery.

For I’ve known so much sadness, happiness seems

alien to me.

a genuine smile seen is ancient to me.

and

a merry heart felt, weakens my soul.

Please let me in.

Allow me be sad

Let me revel

in my misery.

For I have called on His son, I have dwelt on His word,

I am dead to this world, Yet, not mine.

But His will alone be done.

Dear Oj.

PS: This may look confusing but here’s the hint. Read the bold words from the bottom to the top. It’s a conversation between Jesus and Joseph Boyle.

By far my best write up by Joseph, an amazing friend of mine. What do you think about it?

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