What A Mess! Write a poem about a mess! As long as your poem is about making a mess, or encorporates the topic of messes, anything goes. Creative approaches are welcomed. Contest voters will be asked to consider the topic when making a choice for a winner. Now let's get sloppy!
These are questions? Here are some answers. Grace begins when we are blessed by God. Sin is not forgotten, it is forgiven. In the Roman Catholic Church grace is received with the Sacraments. The receiving of Jesus in our lives during different events, one being Baptism. So you see this is a very mysterious subject that involves Faith. The poem reads well and flows evenly.
I go with you. Love, compassion... those are the important values to live by. Honesty, and being true to yourself is what counts. I have to admire your brain, my friend, I think mine is slowing down and there you are and 94 and as bright as a button. This really is an excellent poem, there are lots I could say but risk being ostracised by some. lol. Well done, my friend. :) Sandra xx
I like that you mention grace, and that you show the questioning of how sin can be forgiven. I like the fact that this poem exposes the truth that we all question things at some point, and I think that's good!
Ah yes, the eternal questions so many of us battle with. Thank you for articulating them so beautifully in your poem. I tried, many times, to be Born Again when it was a big thing in our church youth group. The power in the room was incredible. People were speaking in tongues. But it was never able to flood me no matter how hard I tried. Then I became old and cynical.
some deep thinking here. I like your tone and the rhythm of the poem, sounds like it could be a song and I like your line, "I don't have to run from sin," and then, "and have been born again. Best of luck, I hope you win.