christain, Poetry Corner, Wife Preparations

Ladies, Listen up!

Dear Ladies,

Learn to love yourself enough that men wont feel like they are doing you a favor when they pass you on the streets to say hey,ensure the reason why they stopped to have a talk with you is because of the radiance of your smile and not that skirt that’s exposes all your thighs. Ladies get to know yourself before you allow any man to know you,be wise enough to not let a man seduce you into his bed by the mare smell of his skin,swaying of his tongue and look of his eyes,ladies be strong and like the women of the bible let him work hard to get to know the real you.

Ladies wear your crowns with pride,strive for modesty,honesty,don’t let these players push it to the side and rape the standards that you placed so high, don’t let it fall to pieces just because he knew the right lines.

Ladies you are one to be courted,loved and respected, fearfully and wonderfully made,you’re valuable,precious for on the cross your price was paid,no man can love you more than Christ, for you He gave  His life,and He doesn’t want you to trade  His temple,your body for rice.

You are a queen who deserves  a king who knows how to lead you,a man who cares,loves and protects you, he will be honest and won’t mislead you,he’ll fast and pray and serve with you.A man of God that He  will help find you.

So ladies wait as God prepares you

Written by

Laurna Guiste

Writers Space

Wolves in Sheep clothing

Wolves in Sheep clothing

Bark turns silent, hides teeth, claws are slowly showing; sharpening,
only time will tell when it’s time to strike,

Fur lies smooth; almost seem friendly, perfectly harmless at a distance,

Wait till it gets closer,

I once took it for a pet, to my surprise it wanted to be played with, handled, trusted,

Till the day it bit me, and run away,

Today it lurks through virgin forests searching unscathed territory to waiting to see who

Will play,

Bark turns silent, hides teeth, claws are slowly showing, only time will tell when it’s time to strike!

Written by Laurna Guiste