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A Sheep's Desire
by Malvis B Sannah

Tuesday, July 05, 2011
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This poem is about a Christian who has secretly fallen in love with her pastor. She mistook his general warmth to mean otherwise. Tormented by her lust, she decided to tell her pastor how she felt about him.


Smiles, saintly and bringt,
Portray God's love for all.
Hugs, warm and strong,
Doubts me of his divine call.

On lonely and sleepless nights,
Thoughts of him and of Paul;
Could this be a thorn in my flesh?
The answer I'll get if I called.

I was determined to face this fright
Of rejection or of exposure to all
But once 'tis appointed to die
Live or die, it's not a sin to call.

His voice on the other side of night
Sounded worried why the late call.
How could I explain my Jezebel thoughts,
That his Shepherd's care had turned me on?

He's my pastor, alright.
Is to love him a sin at all?
'Sir', I replied, 'I had a nightmare';
'For your prayers I called.'

 

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