BLACK SOULS LOST (5-27-07, Victory Park, Smyrna, TN, by Carl A. Patton)
Beloved the world is on a mission to take over the hearts and minds of all that stoop
to low for the floor. There is frogís bottom and often as my brother said as low as you can go. Hip-Hop ainít hip if you need a switch to turn young and old inside out. The foolish settled on style and a world gone mad. The righteous although abused but not used relied on God and Christ. They saw a brighter day then, now, before and later. (24 July 2009)
There was once a time not
long ago that many souls
began to wander.
There was a time when many
of these people hid in the woods and
But now they wandered to no
visible end. Yes, there was once
a Black son.
Something called Crack to his name.
Where did they go?† Lord just
where do they do?
Meanwhile Satan is in vogue as
many embraced his hand.
Another soul was stolen.
The scorekeeper had not lost
count but the uncounted remained
firm as the oak.
Souls meanwhile littered the interment
camps and stockades appeared to
accommodate many of the wretched of
the earth, which reached out to Black and White.
The sick bays, hospitals and treatment
centers also were strewn with the
waste of foul Crack Pipes gone wild.
We saw many at places where people had
lost contact with their names and many
grumbled of things incoherent but sad.
The ravages of this vicious goatherd
destroyed many homes as parents, mother
and father vowed to help them but to never
help those that cried for help but looked
the other way.
Where had the son gone, the sister, brother
daughter are mother and father?
Life meanwhile went on as the righteous
had a mission toward the souls of the lost.
I frowned as I saw that son fade
in a smokeless fire but even sadder
are days for lost Black souls.
Peace and Golden Paradise, Carl A. Patton a willing slave and servant of Almighty God and Christ Jesus writing for the FreedomJournal Press a God Fearing Free Press 24 July 2009 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.
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