Below is the poem entitled Alone at the Throne which was written by poet
Lamoureux. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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Shall I entertain you for a while?
Make the thunder clap and hilltops smile.
The brooks may babble along the way.
Men will realize they are made of clay.
I'm the creator of everything.
Without my breath the birds wouldn't sing.
Men now believe they created me.
Laudie da thoughts what will be will be.
They think that faith is just for the weak.
For them it's wealth and pleasure they seek.
All that is gathered has no real worth.
I offer you freedom and rebirth.
Patience will wane this World will crumble.
Those who are proud will become humble.
One day you will face me at my throne.
Without my Son you will be alone.
You may now think I do not exist.
It's your mortal soul that is at risk.
All around you I have placed the signs.
You have a choice to be one of mine.