He is Near

The two poems below are from Melly the Blogger . If you like them, follow the link to see some of her other work

My Soul Cries For My Father

He is real.
I felt his divine hand draw me out of the waves.
I felt his presence leading my way.
I felt his sweet voice while I would pray.
He told me "I am here to stay."

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Because she ate the fruit that was poisonous to the souls of all mankind  
It left me separated, Father and child. 
This separation left a hole in my heart.
It is my nature to find what I am missing.
Yet I didn't know what belonged in the hole in my heart.
Like a missing piece that was burned by the poison of the fruit.
Lost and unaware.
I went chasing all directions the dark spirits lead me to.
Drugs, alcohol, sex, relationships, money.
Yet nothing fit in my heart and all left me to die in a dark, dry and desolate dessert.
I knew I was empty.
I didn't know the divine treasure that was meant to dwell within me.
I didn't know I was temple that was meant to be filled with The Holy One.
I was created to bond, to be connected with He.
He who is a jealous God.
Fury fills him against the evil idols that fills the beautiful temple he created for himself.
Life.
His life is what my heart was crying for.
I missed my Father.
Though my temple was filthy with deception and guilt he went to the ends of the earth to find me.
He died so I didn't have to pay the price of my many many sins.
Now I know my soul was crying for him.
I am child.
I am a daughter who needs her Heavenly Father.
My God and Father is the missing piece to my heart.
Only His divine hands can repair the damage of the poisonous fruit

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