Always brash but effortless
Rarely demeaning but sends
Quivers of expectations down my spines
Your voice makes me have fond memories
Of all the times we have spent
Together being friends and
Enjoying what friendship has
Offered us in our five years
Of our relationship
Your voice evokes sensationality
Which you represent
In everything you do
Whenever I hear your voice,
My heart palpitates in anticipation
Knowing the kind of love you bring
When you hiss in the heat of your
My head swims knowing that you will deal me in
And now, I’m here thinking about you
And having a swift stirring where I live
For you just called to say you are on your way home
And now, your voice makes me
Want to do nothing else than to
This poem is in the spirit of love in this season when we remember that Christ Jesus died on the cross of Calvary as He gave His life for us.
This seaon of love as put up by Jesus Christ Himself is worth emulating.
Just the other day, a friend of mine was asking what the world would have looked or been like had Christ not shed His blood on the Cross of Calvary. I then told him the world would have been a terror land to live in. The antics of Osama Bin Laden would’ve been child play compared to what we see from evil-minded terrorists the world-over.
Come to think of it, there is a terrorist in every leader who is dragging his people to the guillotine even simply because they are against his anti-populist policies which are all geared up towards stealing in the name of good governance. Let us all always do the right thing no matter where we find ourselves.
Happy Easter friends!