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Being sinful; we do punish ourselves

I'm in confession that I am sinful
My sins are my negative fuels
I stand here for my forgiveness
Must come to go out of shyness

Nothing more can do than to regret
Some will say; you are a man great
Confession makes me light in weight
In your life you relax in every aspect

Being sinful; we do punish ourselves
Remember its not the motive of God
Don't support wrong doers' illogical talk
That does not legitimize wrong we walk

We're ordered to not to do certain things
God does not benefit out of it no naught
He is compassionate with sense broad
He wants us to live like a king with sword

The purpose of life is to live a peaceful life
Being in sins; make our lives full of strife
Life is a paradise; if we live an ethical life
Brings happiness within us with a surprise
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Submitted by Amirul on May 03, 2021

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