My daddy isn't here with me,
He's not someone that you can see.
He sits upon His heavenly throne,
and through the world, He's widely known.
My daddy made the earth and sky,
He told the stars to shine at night.
My daddy made you and me,
He made all this for us to see.
But now the world has turned away,
they never listen to what Daddy tries to say.
He loves us so much He sent his son,
His name was Jesus, it's called love.
Why should someone die, so we will be free,
why should He hurt for the forgiveness of you and me?
My daddy gave us all we have,
but yet so many forget that.
My daddy wants us to remember,
the love He has, so deep and tender.
How can you turn your heart away,
and fall more asleep everyday?
My daddy is perfect, and though we are not,
He still thinks we're beautiful no matter what.
His only wish for you and me,
is that we'll spread the love, because, don't you see?
This world would fall without my Daddy, without the Holy one,
so spread the word, and bring someone new to my Daddy, before your life is done.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (220.127.116.11) -- Monday, April 12 2004, 02:31 pm|
Wonderful poem on "My Daddy" Emilee! Yes indeed he made the sun, moon, animals, and you and I! He should be exalted to the fullest! I enjoyed every bit of your religious writing!
Keep up the fantastic work!
|Tammy (18.104.22.168) -- Monday, April 12 2004, 04:45 pm|
This is truely a wonderful poem....good job Emilee, two thumbs up!!!!!
|Emilee (22.214.171.124) -- Thursday, June 10 2004, 02:21 am|
thank you both for your awesome comments. im so glad u liked my poem! God bless xoxo~emilee
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