Every Tuesday, we would be sharing a poetry prompt to ignite your creative side. This week, write a poem or a verse on Sin!
Everybody may agree or not but according to the others they might have committed a sin at least once in their life. Do you agree with this?
This week, we would like you to write a poem or a verse on the Tuesday Poetry Prompts 13: Sin. If you believe you have committed a sin, you can write about that and unburden yourself or if you believe you have seen someone commit a sin, you can write about that as well.
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My take on the poetry prompt: Sin
Looking myself in the mirror
Remembering the past
Of all the times I have suffered
And the time I got blessed
Wondering about the life I had
All the good that I have done
And the bad I had to do
In order to survive
In this cruel world
Of sinister, hypocrites,
Full of blatant lies
Moving away but pulled again
Not knowing how much more
I have to suffer
For the sins, I committed
Knowingly or unknown
To my soul that will be
Thrashing myself again
As I write this poem today
Tired of being a part
Of this endless strife
Yet, I have to live this sinful life!
Are you ready? Post your poem/verse in the comments section below!
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