I Don’t Need You – a poem about sufficiency apart from Jesus

I don’t need you

I got through my day without you, just fine

I don’t need you 

I work hard to bring home the money, in time

 

   Just let me float – on the breeze

   of this warm complacency

  Just let me float – on the breeze

   of this warm complacency

 

I don’t need you

I have all the comforts of a good life ~ the best

What is need is…

My media, medicine, family & friends; I’m blessed

 

This way of life I’ve grown accustomed to

Though I’m not sure I’ve grown at all

Surrounded by those who just agree with me

Though I’m not sure who I could call…should I fall

 

   Everything’s fine

Just let me float

   Everything’s good

On the breeze

   Everything is…

Of this warm

   Is as it should

Complacency

 

 

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One thought on “I Don’t Need You – a poem about sufficiency apart from Jesus

  1. marda March 25, 2009 / 9:53 am

    interesting thought Chelan, easy to settle into an attitude like this. thanks for sharing and challenging us 🙂

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