Sunday Akinbamido

Biography: Sunday Yemi Akinbamido is an erudite Programmer, a Poet and Preacher of the good news. His philosophy of life is based on the phrase "you can't take it with you", "For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out." 1 Timothy 6:7 -KJV.

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Sunday Akinbamido
Thursday 4 April 2019

Distress

When is it going to end?
Why are we suffering?
A spring of waterland,
With it's inhabitant thirsty.
Faces of sorrow, grief and fear,
Where there is pool of joy.

When is it going to end?
Why are we suffering?
A stepping-stone to thrive,
At the verge of ruin.
Our warrior's nerves paralyzed,
In the battle field.

When is it going to end?
Why are we suffering?
Living in a treasury cave without a penny.
Our harvest time,
Unlimited days of lamentation.
A reward of sin or wrath of God!

When is it going to end?
Why are we suffering?
Finding way to triumph,
Thousands regenerating.
In pain we eat, in pain we dance.
Only God knows why we suffered.

Inept we are in the spirit of sorrow,
Waiting for death,
To strike our eyes,
For tears of joy.




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