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TRUST JESUS TODAY
This poem has no rhyme, but is full of reason. It won a place in a literary mag recently. But I have it here because I am used to writing rhyming poems and still grasping this style, tell me what you think of it.
I am a man on fire,
A man filled with belief
I man who knows where his heart is
I know what I love,
For that love, I have come to know fear
I know what it is like to loose my breath
I am a man who understands pain
Because I am a man in love
All I need is the air I am breathing
I am a man who has tasted perfection
and for it I have faced hell
I lay my head on the edge of existence
I am a man who carries a banner into war
I have dined with loneliness
and eaten desperation
I am a man who sees the world and
reaches out to touch their faces
I am hot for it, I am on fire
I am a man moved with compassion
No longer at rest, no longer comfortable
I am a man. A man on fire. A man on fire
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