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Once a man twice a child.

I remember when I was a child
I lived my life in a wonderland
Father looked after my spiritual need
He put me on the path of hope.
Listening to the minister speak
From his rostrum.
How long will we be dad?I wish to go home.
Listen son its for your own good
His words will keep you in good stead.
Fifty years on his words held true
The minister's words planted that seed.
So when my father sat next to me
At the age of ninety three.
Listening to the minister speak From
From his rostrum.
How long will we be son?I wish to go home
Listen dad it is for your own good
Didn't his words keep you in good stead.
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Once a man twice a child., by Christopher Russon 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
H. Alan Neff 3 months ago
I attended Church like You as a Youth.

I wanted to go Home but the Minister's Words caught me for a Lifetime.

I am so glad you have had this Relationship with God and Your Father.

Your ending is very well done.

God's Blessings be with You.....
Sonja Carnes 3 months ago
Excellent work here,profound and. Special!
Christopher Russon 3 months ago
A sad fact of life
Beautifully Dark Sweet Molasses 3 months ago
i think i reviewed this before
i liked your ice-cream poem :)
Alka Gaur 3 months ago
Beginning part highly appealing
Pankaj Kanaujia 3 months ago
Good work! Listening dad,s words keep us always in good stead
Jawahar Gupta 3 months ago
Good poetic expression
Straight from the heart
Pl keep sharing
---- Jawahar Gupta----
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