Lost in the Wilderness

Lost in the Wilderness, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

My hardened heart is now devoid of joy.
My passion has gone with the summer wind.
My search for pleasure never to deploy.
My anger is my all for I have sinned.

You gave me a gift of heaven’s bounty.
You had asked ever so little from me.
You are right to display so much anger.
You only asked stay away from the tree.

We must now find a way to make amend.
We are meant together forever be.
We will a path make for me to ascend.
We shall share love bigger than any sea.

I must promise Your holy grace to keep,
For with its loss forever I will weep.

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