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This poem is about the love of Christ towards, a person of no class, race, and statue. man will always neglect you, but will God do the same? check out

Submitted: September 03, 2012

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Submitted: September 03, 2012



am rejected from below and above,

you embraced me by your love.

am separeted by race,

you loved me by a special grace.

i was rejected by tribe in the jungle,

you called me, by sounding a bugle.

i am banished and ostrocized by color,

found in your parlour.


i was left in the wildlife,

escorted by a mild lamb in a hectic life.

i can't claim to have loved you.

you traveled through the thickest forest of IOU

swam across the deepest ocean,

just to be my fan.

 you traveled the longest distance of space,

to love me with a costly price.

my tears is seen in your eyes,

you know the sorrow behind my smiles.


i want to ran a minute across a boarder and a nation,

to feel your breathing love in motion.

if death is the only transport to your abode,

with my last penny, am on board.

if you aren't coming,

i have no reason of being.

whether i go from below or you come from above,

all i want is your torching love.

i was ejected by class, rank and ability,bound by your love.

the torching love.


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