A Poem

Posted: October 14, 2012 in Bible, Christianity, Poetry, Religion
The field was plowed the soil made ready the seed of the word was sown
The Master himself the gardener had had planted the seed on his own
The night had fallen the enemy came in stealth he planted too
His seed he planted in the master’s field with the masters seed ‘he knew’
They both sprang up when the sun arose and the father of light sent the rain and warmth
Wheat and Tares must look alike for no one knew till harvest  time
What is the song the wheat would sing all praise to Jesus praise to my king
What is the song the tares then too if looking alike not sounding too
There is a gate through which all must go straight and narrow is the road
The tares the wheat the sun the rain the mystery the wonder who shall be saved
He who has an ear let him hear
Two brother there were one rich one lame the rich fared sumptuously every day
His brother laid outside the gate the dogs showed more mercy than his kin
The angels came to Lazarus to Abrahams bosom thus he flew his brother
  went to hades
The wheat the tares the world the snares the eyes the wants the lusts the fears
The taunts the riches the seed the soil the word
He who has an ear to hear will hear
So will he be heard?
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Copyright Hubert Ronduea
  1. That’s a really nice poem. When are you going to write a poem, siily romeo?

  2. I havenˇt checked in here for some time because I thought it was getting boring, but the last several posts are good quality so I guess Iˇll add you back to my daily bloglist. You deserve it friend 🙂

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