The Write Life Story

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Man is his brother’s keeper,
created to love as he
craves to be loved,
to care as he desires
to be cared for.

If by my obedience to serve
with the pen others are awakened
to serve society productively
and acquire the zeal
of interconnectivity, working
for a world void of
injustice and inequality,
then to my joy their works
become the invisible
pages in my life’s
complete story.

©Deborah E. Nyamekye 10/10/2016

 

This poem was written as part of the introduction (in “Welcome & About us” page) to this blog: Human Life, Racial & Social justice blog, started October 2016.

It is a blog about people, their personal and interpersonal issues and relations. It is also about their general everyday life which I observe and feel led to write about.

It is also about people’s relationship with God and His with them. God upholds or values and prioritises human beings above all His other creatures after all we are created in His image. Indeed what a magnificent image that is !!!

He therefore calls us to love and value ourselves and others in the same way as he does.

Deborah E. Nyamekye Columnist/Team Writer/Poet at

-Nice Column by Shira: http://www.nicecolumnbyshira.com

-My Trending Stories: mytrendingstories.com

Published Author;
Love Intertwined: Behold Jesus Christ & His Beloved Disciples
Our God Reigns: Inspirational Prophetic Christian Poetry Part 1 & 2
http://www.amazon.com/author/nyamekyede

Blogs: Manna From on High http://www.readywriterps451.org

Human Life, Racial & Social Justice
http://www.rwps451propheticword-poems.org

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