by Patience Agada
You turned a straw Into an awe when it lies in waste making it the flock’s taste. You let my lips fall apart in sweet surprise as tears cascade down my cheeks in sheer reverence of your grace. My knees have never tasted a ground So welcoming and true like your presence my words become little vulnerable and insufficient to fully unveil my amazement. You’re God No detesting You’re able No contesting You’re merciful I’m confessing You’re love I’m professing You’re faithful I’m manifesting The poet you created has come to worship you.
Patience Agada is an art enthusiast, lover of God, spoken word poet, writer and an on-air-personality. She’s a graduate of Mass Communication from the University of Jos, multiple award winner and a volunteer. Patience Agada loves to write about nature, God, and societal issues. She believes poetry is a weapon for mass education.