I Aquire Entire Satisfaction in Faith

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The poem is about the man's faith in God in every situation he faces.

Submitted: July 25, 2017

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Submitted: July 25, 2017



I need You breath after breath:

You always do well.

I have learnt,

Yesterday’s disaster’s in my favor:

I can see today.

In present pains

You behold the wisest act.

I have essayed;

Extract’s upon You.

I acquire entire satisfaction in faith.

I can count the bounties,

If I count the stars.

A mud-block can’t face

A slow running stream,

But a breathing miracle

I draw water from the earth

Mirrorly plain.

The agony of despair

A moment of joy heels;

I acquire entire satisfaction in faith.

I get the imagined, though late.

Although, the Software

Of your see vision’s not installed in limited intellect,

Yet I can gaze

In the system of the Whole.

O’ Conqueror! Be my companion:

I long to conquer hearts.

The reign of sin pinches my heart, but

I acquire entire satisfaction in faith.

I see no White drop,

If the sky's bloody

Humans' best likings

Are, indeed, the dirtiest things.

Turn the Track of treacherous soul;

Grant with extra courage

To expose bestowed potential.

You are sea of heart;

My entire victory will be Your praise.

I acquire entire satisfaction in faith.

Man himself invents things;

Himself creates need for them;

Has a burning desire to get them;

Thus, himself is the killer of his self.

Every thing is, indeed,

Created for his entertainment.

It is the salinity of his mind,

Not the fault of Your creation.

How he will face You! I Prophecy maketh

I acquire entire satisfaction in faith.

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