God’s Brain Teasers

Gods Brain Teasers prose poem

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Life going perfect for me
No wish unfulfilled even those
In my weirdest dream I could see
The thoughts people always pose

Suddenly Almighty plans
A new weather just for a change
Smiling smugly like the summer rain
And I go nuts over his
Naughty game of range
Why God did this happen
Why has He put me to test
My feelings have been put to rest

Why a little out of focus
Makes my mind wrestle
Like a contender given a
Fierce opponent
It just ruffles and shuffles
Within me there are scuffles
From end to end
Causing an anxious jittery moment

Time will heal every single thing I know
Like climbers weak but still that grow
All pieces of this brain puzzle
will fall in place
And what is different now
I will feel,was always there
All confusion will be put on hold
All will be calm and quiet
Glittering like diamond silver and gold

Oh God slow down your trial
Or make me a warrior
Who will conquer with a smile!!

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