A MAN CALLED GOD by Oreoluwa Adeleye

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The Writers Hub

A MAN CALLED GOD

They say there’s no GOD
They seem to be all odd
Living without GOD
It’s hard to move forward
They do the worst
Forgetting he comes first
He is our maker,
Our helper,
Our redeemer,
Takes away all sorrow
Gives us a better tomorrow
Take the lead, Lord and I will follow
In ur word, Lord, I wallow
For they are far from being shallow

ABOUT WRITER

Oreoluwa Adeleye is a 17 year old reserved and intelligent writer. She is the first born of a family of five. She lost her father at age eleven but that never stopped her from pursuing her dreams. She isn’t a writer who focuses on just one aspect of writing, she is into general writing. Although, she has passion for writing generally, she has her favorites which come naturally without much effort; story writing and poetry. She hopes to heal souls with every word of her works and encourage other young writers with the same dream. She has written about ten unpublished story books and  hopes to write more and publish them all. She is an exceptional teenager!

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