A Sinful Nature, By ,, George Alan Wilson
by MaryGrace Patterson
Thursday, April 12, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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George wrote this poem a few years ago. It states how many in prison feel.
Children crying for their
fathers, who are locked in
prison. Some are never coming
Battles fought and lost
against an addictive personality.
Every thing in their lives now
is fading from view.
Questions are left unanswered,
as to why they made the choices
They pay for their transgressins,
as the days come and go. Life goes
on and on, with years so very slow.
They beg for God to save them
with sincerity in their hearts,
hoping someday, somewhere, they'll
make a brand new start.
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|Reviewed by Leslie Bond
|This makes me not want to ever go to prison. Leslie|
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|A sad, but yes a much needed write..and you know I have heard people say that they do not believe in prison salvation, but I heard an old preacher several weeks ago who preached one of the most powerful messages I have ever heard, he had been preaching for thirty some odd years....guess where he got saved and was given a brand new start? Yeah, in prison...if we truly want a new start and our heart is sincere, God saves even the worst criminals...great write and again a much needed write! Powerful message!
|Reviewed by J M
|Thank you George and MaryGrace for this one...
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
A sad but much needed write. Powerful!
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Quite a powerful piece, MaryGrace.|
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|Unfortunately a very sad and difficult life to live. Living amongst the unforgiven.....