Is The Verse Of Man His Own Sharpened Curse? ? ? ? ?

Have these words of wisdom brought a verse? ...
Are words of name calling, man`s own curse?
Lonely souls sadly taken...
Evil souls wrongfully mistaken
The holy spirit witnessed in jest...
Alcoholic spirits are bad to digest.
To later on, pass God`s own test.
Have the words of tongue caused the curse?
Mans demise, blessed is the word of verse! !
Words are as a double sided sword...
Spirited the word, a most profusely wounded, as scored.
Can the words so evil, be reversed of time?
Can a higher spirit hold truth to find?
Words spoken can change the spirit, forgives rearranged.

I would like to thank Micheal Gale, and Geoff Warden,
Who helped me with this poem.
Forever greatfull, Tracey

by Tracey Collins

Comments (4)

I'm reminded of the first few chapters of Isiah - keep sharpening the quill.
COMMENDABLE POEM OF STATEMENT...CRAFTED QUITE WELL NOW I HAVEN'T HAD THE PLEASURE IN CONNECTING WITH MICHAEL GALE, HOWEVER, GEOFF AND I HAVE CORRESPONDED SEVERAL TIMES, AND HAD SOME VERY PRODUCTIVE INTERSPEAK W/HIM...SOUNDS LIKE YOU'RE IN GOOD COMPANY...VERY NICE WRITE, TRACEY....FRANK
All of a sudden I an reminded of the Three Musketters, WELL DONE! Patricia Gale P.S. A Gale was involved, what else could it be but great....lol...lol
Ah yes, such a good poem to read.Excuse me while i sprain my arm while patting myself on the back. This poem would never have been written without the great help from Tracey Collins and Geoff Warden, they did most of the work. God bless and best regards-Mike Gale.