Serpentine Belt

Poem By RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Unless you mend your evil ways
The law will send you to jail,
And until you ask GOD for his forgiveness
GOD, will send you to hell.
The road of GOD and man they differ
So, I say be studious until you understand the law,
Walk down the path of truth and morality
Never be judged or deemed sinful by a forgotten flaw.
Read and know the Biblical scriptures
Then read and be aware of the laws of the land,
Understand the laws and how the scriptures read;
Remember, it is best to go to jail, than to be damned.


Randy L. McClave

Comments about Serpentine Belt

mending your ways is very good advice. in the end GOD will have his way


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