by Nattie O’Sheggzy
Tides will one day assail And deluge shall encompass round Though help somehow fails The sound of rain will shake War will hem all in, What more is reassuring: Grace abounds to deliver The trees go nowhere for victuals Rooted firmly between rocks The beasts never left lectual Nor medicine to heal their aches What a reassurance to know Grace abounds to heal. Lean not on the strength of your hands Or the pulse of your mortal heart Trust not your own commands He never fails to listen in When you are assured Grace abounds to save.
Nattie O’Sheggzy is a consummate poet who has been writing poetry and short stories for more than two decades. Nattie’s works have appeared in online platforms and anthologies including Christmas In Our Hearts (An Orphan’s Christmas Carol), A Bowl of Peace (P E A C E), University of Life. Being a versatile weaver of words, his poems have featured in Brave Voices Poetry Journal, Africa Writers Caravan Medium, Universul Culturii and Spillwords. Nattie has published his first poetry book, Random Imaginations. Currently, he is working on his second book for publication.