Deluge, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Court Scene_of_deluge-Joseph_Desire_Court-MBA_Lyon_A23-IMG_0453Scene of deluge, Joseph-Desire Court (1827)

Deluge, Robert A Sieczkiewicz

Rising waters come not to their surprise.
Ungodly behaviors antagonize,
He who loves them and who He did advise,
Their very actions He shall penalize.

Within His power did save but a few,
Who faithfully abided by His rule,
So once again we could begin anew.
Now afresh His wishes we overrule.

Once more old behaviors we restore,
Even after He sent His only Son.
Do we dare to ask He do even more?
Do we dare say that the Devil has won?

Can still accept the baby if we choose,
It still remains with us to win or lose.

 

Leave a Reply