I’M NOT A SCAPEGOAT (Tíme Shall Judge)

I’M NOT A SCAPEGOAT (Tíme Shall Judge)

Then the dawn took a drift_
And heavens, released a seed_
You cried of joy_
With mouth ajar, praising Jah.
You called me blessed_
You called me a covenant_
A fortune, a treasure.
But as nature frowned_
With its host in question bar_
You begot another tongue_
And called me a curse.

You shown me the plight of Job
And cast me to the den of adversities.
You cursed yet, the day I first cried
And itched in mother, a stilt of ridicule.
Where has your gut gone_
Who has bewitched your inner eyes?

I am not a scapegoat_
For blessed is the day I knew the world
And also the day I understood its font.
Shall I shock you_
Shall I give you a tip of tomorrow?
The dusk of my perspiration
Doth speak well of fortune_
With the fame of solomon on a run.

I am not a scapegoat_
Tho today has its scars on me
With rigors and pains of Jabez.
Tho I’m smitten by your sword within
With friends speaking no good of me.
I shall arise like the morning sun
And spring forth like lily of the valley.

Believe me or not_
My later shall be greater than the past_
I will receive more than I asked.
Cos heavens approved my existence
And I am a carrier of His promises.
If you want the blessings of Abraham_
Never profane not the anointing of the Lord.

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I stand at bay watching_
Learning the language of my ink_
Learning how to handle my pen ✒

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Author: Judaisky

Judaisky is a young writer who believes the world can only be saved PEACEFULLY through the tidings of the ink cos the pen is mightier than the sword. Do You want to know more about me, contact me 09039956005

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