Sonnet: Save Your Soul

The greatest too one day crash down to earth;
The lowest ones have joys, grief much the same;
Just few have silver spoon in mouth at birth;
A peaceful, virtuous life must be our aim.

No monument on earth can fetch heaven;
No wax-figures in halls of fame will help;
Death makes all creatures, high and low even;
It does not matter if dogs bite or yelp!

The state of soul is primary to God;
All sinners must repent and make amends;
The Lord decides one’s celestial rewards;
To earthly wants, God always still attends.

No edifice, name, fame forever stands;
The good we do enlists us in God’s bands!

Copyright by Dr John Celes 5-26-2006

by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

Comments (1)

God comes in many disguises it seems Doc! And he teaches that only we can do it for ourselves, forgiveness and love is all. Nice work, interesting style of delivery! Smiling at you, Tai