Seeking Eternal forgiveness: The conscience never dies

Seeking Eternal forgiveness: The conscience never dies ξ

Forgive me father

Yet life can’t be built over lies any further

Is it too late to trust?

Is it too late to open up?

Is it too late to stop?

The deceive, the lying the betrayal

That knows no anti-prayer

Is it too late to purify my soul and repent?

When you’re devoured by the serpent

By the darkness of guilt

The purity that was spilt


And father if you can grant me forgiveness

How is he supposed to deal with all my treacherousness?

And all the haunting lies

Can’t I ever run away?

Can’t I beat those dilemmas that arise?

Can’t my sin just fade away?

You’re always in the back of my mind

And I pray to God that he won’t find


The treason that lurks within those brown eyes

And I curse that guilty moment of pleasure, as I realize

How low I have fallen

And with no word spoken

I know I am at guilt and shame

And I deserve to burn in flame

Tonight I fall on my knees

Begging you to forgive my bad deeds

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Mentalist acer 5 years ago from A Voice in your Mind!

As a reprieve,the population will join you,if in fact repentence is not accepted.;)


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Freya Cesare 5 years ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

"The best part of being human is to repentance for all of our sins." Bilal Philips.

Strong poem, dear. Like always! :)


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Uriel 5 years ago from Lebanon Author

Thank you guys for the comments...it's been a whole semester since i wrote a poem so i'm getting a little rusty:)

Mentalist Acer and Freya THANK you a lot!

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