Short Stories & Poems
POEM: Light in the Dark Alley of Confusion
In the presence of confusion
There is frustration and depression
O what man I am
Finding tranquility in inequity
That can never be but enmity
I have searched to search
Her face I seek to see
But the guards of iniquity
Thus, held me bound.
Now, I see the agonious Joy
That i’ve longed for in years
In tears I laugh with Joy
Am free yes free
Free from the guards of iniquity
Released from the dung of darkness
And found my light from the dark alley.
How beautiful her face I see
My hope and end of tears
Her face broke the chains
The chains of iniquity I lived
She’s God’s mercies
My light in the dark alley of confusion.
This poem was written by Blessed Efurhievwe, an undergraduate of Economics, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka Nigeria. He loves God because God is his CHAMPION and the ALL HE NEED TO HAVE. The articles Blessed writes are just expressions of how He feels with his limited knowledge of his Victory Giver.
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