Faith Vs. Tax

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PRAYER. I have got a powerful enchantment
You may not see it here in me 
But ye can feel it from here to there
Look like a quite mystery
Who has a lot of things to say for
Thou pay to try praying

PAYER. Oh, I am convinced that your actions are a noble consequence
But not me, that is you that is thine powerful divination
But I pay every day even every night
I pay, pay, and pay for the money that maintains 
To meet all that feed me even supporting my relatives 
And my family to secure that they must stay away from the homeless

PRAYER. When you pray something
You receive something that answers thee
But art thou interested in being a prayer?
Our Holy Creator will not be gone
But thee cannot see a secret from the hiding existence

PAYER. Would you keep the secret from me?
I pay ye a lot of money for thy religious house
To establish thou that I hold in the charity 
Must not waste, aww, must not fail for thou
Help me and say, money is not for thou
Yet supporting the religious house for thy people

TAXER. Especially if you do not pay your TAX
I will send Taker to auction everything 
That you own me; and own a nation’s VAT
Your generation asked for living in Money’s territory
Payback to Money that you took from him

PAYER. My generation, huh? 

TAXER.  This is must be difficult for you
To keep up paying everything that you own
And paying up everything that they own
As well as paying the price of TAX

PRAYER.  I, too, difficult and wonder what if
I can always pray that the world can hope
Abounding faith is a heartbeat that heart pumps
Pray with hope and with miraculous

PAYER.  I pay thou, I pay thee, I pay ye, and I pay you
How gracious are thou both having something return
But I pay all of you because I am a slave person 
Who must pay for the rest of my life
But wait and patient, for I leave Money
And start building that will feed the rest of us

TAXER. Good luck with that, Payer

PRAYER. I will pray for ye
My prayer is a power that fathoms 
It will not stop
And I train this faith to its deserves

© Ismael Mansoor

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This Engrained Heart

I am a Deaf male, and I write what comes my mind. I have been creatively writing since 2010, and from there has been growing my excitement and passionate for my poetry and writing.

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