I Cant Believe

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A man who everyone thought was an angel was actually not who he seemed to be. He was rather a deceptive sinner.

Submitted: December 01, 2012

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I Can’t Believe

By Lacey Ann A Bromfield

 

I can’t believe it’s true

no one would have known it was you

You seemed so heavenly

But you were too friendly

What if it happens to your granddaughter?

A man who ‘pretends’ to be a pastor

 

You are no longer young

You must give up on earthly fun

I am praying for Luc

As Lucifer is calling you

I pray you take another path

Than to continue to deadly wrath

 

Who do you think you are?

A customer who shouldn’t withdraw?

Review your purpose in life

As you are wishing for your demise

 

Instruct and pass your knowledge they say

But this is worse than a man being gay

Young people look to you with admiration

But a man like you could never belong to any denomination

I am disappointed in you

You may never witness the earth made new

You never once looked into my eyes

All you viewed were my joys and my pride

 

I wonder about my Ace

I myself am amazed

You eloped when you were young

With her, you had better learn to have fun!

 

I wonder why the violent shaking hit the grounds of Haiti

Isn’t it because you are Lucifer’s baby?

Oh well, excuse my manners “judge not that he may not be judged”

May the Lord have mercy on you and the thugs

Three scores and ten was the limit old guy

Not even eight months left for July

 


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