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TITLE: Tell Me
By veronica cressey
04/06/08
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This poem may sound judgemental but I can assure you it is not. It simply reflcts society as it is today.
The biggest mistake in the whole human race must be greed.
We're better for worse, as we all seem to curse what we need.
Let me be lonely is man's alibi.
Deep down he knows there's a love that won't die.

I'm part of creation, I've God's reputation in me.

Tell me, do we understand the love at our command?
Tell me, do we even try to spread our wings and fly?

Our big politicians say there is no food to go 'round.
Our babies are dying, their suffering soon gets you down.
Mother goes begging, what more can she do?
There's no mistaking, her shoes could fit you.

Through all her frustration, she says;
God's salvation is free.

Tell me do we understand the love at our command?
Tell me, do we even try to spread our wings and fly?

All wars were the same, as we all fought in vain, don't you see?
An eye for an eye was the common man's cry as indeed
Hatred and kindness won't walk hand in hand.
Loving is timeless, says peace, I demand my own liberty which is all part of God's history.
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