Poems about walked


№ 1205374

If I Walked After You

If I walk after you.
It would be because of what I learned about you.
If I adapt my ways to yours.
I'll be blessed forever more.

Oh, if I could only adapt it to my life.
Then there would be no need to fuss and fight.
If I out smart the fools.
Then I know, I'm understanding all characteristics of you.
To have the skills to walk after you.
If I show it to my enemies.
Then I have won just by not letting them control me.

To walk in your truth.
Means, I'm willing to be a good example of proof.
Just like Jesus was willing to do.
When He was guilded by you.

He stated no one can step to our father.
Unless they came before him first.
His words speaks volumes.
His words speaks truth.

That to be consider for heaven.
We must change our ways.
And walk after his word.

The say ones that Christ heard and spoke


Author: jeffrey conyers
Date: 02/04/2020

№ 1200522

I walked alone

I walked alone all my life
No companion by my side
My sad fate was sealed even
Before my birth
Like Cane i must travel the world alone
Though i did not slay my brother
First man born last to die
Home is in Her Eyes


Author: sajjad ali
Date: 29/03/2020

№ 1197167

He walked amongst men

This is one of two Easter poems I've just written

He walked amongst men

It is said that he arose from the dead
Looked around and walked straight ahead.
Walked to the top of the hill, where he would begin
To do his fathers will.
GOD had prepared him from his birth to create
The miracles on this earth.
To show the world that his son- would not be the forgotten one.
That everything that he would do in his life
Was to prepare him for the ultimate sacrifice.
The devils temptation to make him weak
He would face and defeat.
Every miracle that he created – none of which was related.
Turning water into wine, giving sight to the blind
Making the crippled walk, and the mute begin to talk.
So many things that he had done, was because
He was his father's son
He believed in his father from the start
And this had filled his gentle heart.
He was a king who walked amongst men
And every person was a friend.
He had no enemies or hatred in his heart
It was pure love from the start.
Over a thousand years have passed
With billions of followers and climbing fast.
© L. RAMS 040215

men,  walked.

Author: louis rams
Date: 26/03/2020

№ 1193912

When I walked with you

What is supposed to be a broken heart is only blissful scars
An elysian memory that never can be ruined
Remaining in my mind, bringing hope for future joinings

It took you two seconds to erase a lifetime of affliction
Just a theory about a never ending game
A joyful thought, a jealousy of burnt out flames

Everything is good, everything is nice
No stress, no press, Jah bless
The inspiration that was needed to save me from distress

I can never listen to jazz without hearing you croon
So whenever Coltrane's coming on I have to push repeat
Everything you said was poetry but now your words are obsolete

You weren't lying when you said 'forever' cause in that moment it was true
No matter who will hold my heart, you'll only need to beckon
I'd trade it all to sit on your kitchen sink again, if only for a second

I' never reached what I wanted to reach, but you've reached me
"You're the female version of him, so effervescent and driven"
The finest compliment ever given

We're not those people who get eachother in the end
You can never stick around, but I cannot be upset
You're the improved version of the best man I've ever met

You're the first cherry blossom rain my eyes ever saw
You're the spark that sat fire to the pylontwinge sky
My favorite hello, my most painful good bye


Author: Elin Mellbergstedt
Date: 23/03/2020

№ 1188875

My Father Walked Me

My father walked me down the aisle,
But my mother held my arm.
He went with me,
But we went not towards the altar,
But towards the door.

My father walked me down the aisle,
And the organ rang through the church,
Humming through the elaborate crown molding,
Carved by my ancestors.

He went,
Not beside me,
But before me,
And I watched,
As he was illuminated by the bright,
Texas sun.

My father walked me down the aisle,
But I did not wear white.
My father walked me in silence,
And I shed tears not for a man standing at the altar,
But for the one I would never see again.

My father walked me down the aisle,
And no veil obscured my face.
All eyes were upon me, but not for my pristine beauty,
Instead for my clenched jaw and furrowed brow,
Severe and fierce to distract from my glassy eyes.

My father did not leave me at the end of our walk to sit beside my mother.
She clung to me for support and sobbed breathlessly,
And I carried her with one hand,
My sister the other,
And walked towards my future.
A future family,
Not one person more,
But one person less.
I walked,
One final time,
With him.

My father walked me down the aisle,
And I will never forget it.
Hundreds of eyes isolating my family from the crowd,
Slow and muffled sounds drowning in the deafening beat of my heart,
Blurred faces staring,
Black heels clacking against the cobbled path from the church,
The anguished wails of my mother,
The whimpering of my sister,
And the wooden box that glided before us,
A string tied to our patriarch,
The pin key of our family,
Pulled taut and then snipped with the slam of the hearse doors.

My father walked me down the aisle,
Before I had a chance to grow up.
He walked me,
Out of the church,
Away from the altar,
Never to be walked again.

father,  walked.

Author: Emily Miller
Date: 18/03/2020

№ 1184647

I walked

I walked upon this earth feeling dirt through my toes
As gods tears washes life into the new
As I breathed another sigh the wind cried in my ears
Letting me know he was here
It feels good to see such beauty
To feel the sun to hear the birds
One day this may all be a dream of the future
One day it may all be gone behind
One day i'll be to old to worry... as life passed me by

As i walked into my home... smells hit me of love and hope
A doggy wetted nose barking... daddys home
A cuddle and a kiss for wifey... oh the bliss
A shout from way upstairs... eh dad you ok
These things that take me there a time in life
One day not there


Author: andy fardell
Date: 15/03/2020

№ 1173158

No one's ever walked on water

You may think that you are, but you're no walk in the park. You're more like a ten mile swim straight down, to the bottom of an ocean where no light can be found, while I'm struggling desperately to breathe, because you put a kink in the hose that holds the air I need to breathe

walked,  water.

Author: AK93
Date: 04/03/2020

№ 1170509

I slept with the past (and walked you home safely, though angry)

(I walked for twenty minutes to find you)
You say that he'll hurt me
(I'm an idiot, how could I do this)
Like he did before
(you were shouting and I was walking for both of us)
When I thought that I was wanted
(I held you up by the shoulders
I smelled vodka and you stumbled)
And he wanted, but not me
(you stopped and cried, I had to make you keep walking)
I haven't decided what all this is yet
(you say he'll hurt me, but
Seeing you hate me hurts more
Than anything he can say)
You could be right
You say that he'll hurt me
(I let you smoke a cigarette
I made you go to bed)
This could happen again
(I dread the moment
You walk out of your room
Tomorrow morning)
I could want him
He could want, but not me
(I love you and I hear you and
I won't let him hurt me)
I could be the body that holds the space
For the girl that outshines me
But I love you and I hear you
And I won't let him hurt me
(please oh please don't wake up still angry)

angry,  safely,  slept,  walked.

Author: Kendra Canfield
Date: 02/03/2020