Poetic Journey in Personal Discovery

Gambler’s Hole…

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I don’t typically play the slots,
Pokers is not my gig.
Black jack is nail biting,
I don’t know what the heck keno is!

Yet I find I sometimes gamble,
Hoping for consequence evasion.
And every time I get by with something,
I lean towards doing it again…

Even when I know what’s right,
I sometimes choose what’s wrong.
Instead of the inner voice God’s given,
I listen to MY desires, MY wants.

I’m not proud of this particular trait,
At times My strength seems gone.
Sometimes I make bad choices out if ignorance,
And my growth is simply prolonged.

It’s when my understanding is present,
When I’m cognizant of what I’m doing.
That I gamble and squander my sanity,
At these times, to darkness my soul is losing.

I pray for strength here, knowing this isn’t a game,
I realize my destructive ways are fatal.
I stand to watch all crumble to motionless dust,
I eventually lose when I choose to gamble.

The lights, the noise, the rewards and bonuses,
Seek to lure me in, to steal my soul.
I know I can’t stop by my own strength,
I need God to help me walk around the gambler’s hole!

©E.D. Allee
March, 2014

Pic: http://images.fineartamerica.com/images-medium-large-5/losing-your-soul-michael-hurwitz.jpg

 

 

 

 

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Comments on: "Gambler’s Hole…" (11)

  1. This gambler’s hole you write about…..Seems to me it could use some traffic cones and a shitload of yellow caution tape all the way around it. With big neon Vegas light’s that simply say, “STAY AWAY”!!!!

  2. No puppies and butterflies E. Sorry. But if I can find the right approach I will definitely do a lycan puppy post.

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