Que Sera Sera

Posted: September 13, 2013 in Poetry
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Draw it perfect for me to see
Force the prowess, the efficiency fee
An endless alley is his route
Do your work, make swift your foot
What will be will surely be.

The dead are gone, albeit their voice still count
Tyrants in the eclipse are still mind unrest
Ebulence, if seen, could rather relieve the haunt
Hankering inquisitors foist anxiety not to jest
The opulent, to them, call life a jaunt.

That eve brought the fruit was no sin
Adam’s nodding made his head blank to think
Alarm was then a foetus, nothing to blink
Poor Adam, not naïve, sentiment made him sin
It would surely be, everything that should be

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Comments
  1. brian miller says:

    everything is as it should be, or at least has a reason…and adam, he surely sinned as much as eve…
    i’m sure if you visit a few poets they might drop in as well…

  2. shanyns says:

    I enjoyed this. Thanks so much for joining in. What a great addition to the group of poems for this prompt.

  3. claudia says:

    i think they had their equal part of guilt both.. and yes, things happen for a reason though not always easy to understand..

  4. I think humanity .. its sins are being repeated all over… maybe a little less que sera… 🙂

  5. adamsmurphy says:

    Yea, it would sure be! Thanks brian. Yea i do visit them.

  6. Just being on the earth brings sin. All the rest is failure. Maybe not? There is sometimes forgiveness.

  7. Very clever – what an excellent read!

  8. Anna :o] says:

    My mum used to sing Que Sera Sera when I was a little’n and it still bounces around my head to this day.
    Anna :o]

  9. I like your rhyme. But I have difficulties following you in the poem. Your statement about Adam I agree with, though. He acted in accordance with the nature of the creation. And he made Christ valid. A sin he would have committed if he would not let the moment of truth count. But he stuck to Eve.

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