Black Poetry : A RADIO THAW

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    In the early Spring peeps begin to sing after the radiothaws
    a message of hope to help you cope comes into view
    vested as a treasure that's inside of me and you
    love has a funny way of showing to where you are reallygoing
    used to be a head of the class as if a clown no one wantedme around
    inside I live with shattered dreams filtered through such evil schemes
    the impulse of letting go bust up the beat to ncrease its tempo
    there is a song in my heart gives one an inner longing to impart
    I see solace as inside my dream of another world planned
    from a heavenly arm of its higher power vested for honor
    alone I stare at the wall then at the back of my mind i hear my conscience call
    there is such a place a world to unfold but its not here so I shed a single tear
    to help numb the inner pain as i slowly go insane in this rap game
    folding chairs out on the patio telling me where I need to go

    A whole host of believers will soon discover its heavenlydelights
    walk on streets of gold see the tree of life no more pain nor strife
    come with me to such a world among your Peyton place filled up with disgrace
    sun lights all the day so we pray with words in tongues of fire sought out in its desire
    those young & old will enter in a new place which to humbly begin again
    away from the worry why are we in such a hurry to even change the story
    living up in glory with Jesus, Mary & John together we can sing along
    never will there ever be again sick or dying we can put a stop to all our trying in its manifestation of fullness...
    Everyday is another chance to take part in the dance
    Every time we pray an angels takes it in their wings into flight
    Although very few will see this place to taste and dine with the master
    together we will forever bask in the vast expanse between time and space
    never darkness cause Christ will be our visible light alongthis pilgrimage plight
    forget the night and the day is far too spent have we made a single dent

    To tell the gospel story to untold millions who haven't heard
    all is solely based upon God in his Holy word
    tucked away inside our tender hearts to impart a rightchoice to rejoice
    one step closer of seeing the one we had crucified up therewith all our pride
    although those many years have passed I have every bit of reason to ask
    what is your condition of your heart to impart
    how is your attitude are you fully in the right mood
    peeps in the streets are running wild all to embrace the infant child
    On Christmas time all the faces will shine filled up with hope and understanding
    so why we even worrying or hurrying when the savior has the plan you understand
    Fancy suits with big fat cigars need to be tossed aside as you sing those bars
    Flirting with disaster never prepared to face the great here after
    it all starts with a choice then a seed to unfold in time rootswill grow
    only one life is soon to be passed only what's done out of love will last
    stand firm until the very end until you walk side by side with my friend (JESUS).Rate this poem:(0.00 / 0 votes)

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    Mario William Vitale is a twentieth century poet. He has developed a style of free verse. Has written over one thousand poems. more…

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