‘Enough’ and Other Poems by Felton Craig The Society November 15, 2012 Poetry 6 Comments Enough There is a God sized hole within the innermost regions of every soul. Its dark, and it is deep, its shadows are weeping with the gnashing of teeth. We try our vain restraints to fill its desires, trying to compensate things that take us higher. Vestiges fellowship, forever searching the delicious anxiousness when our passions erupt revealing to us that enough is never enough to satisfy the space, of what seems to be a perpetually faced and a purposely placed God sized hole of what is an unsatisfied state, revealing this to us our passions desires will never be enough to satisfy the space of a God sized hole of an unsatisfied state. Sonnet 6:12 I contest not against you my brother nor any vessel that carries it through, the sin that bleeds is prompted by another though it’s your brother that carries it through and I, myself is as guilty as you. The first to fall to envy and to pride has legions of demons trained to pursue, one third of heaven beguiled by his lies one third of heaven that is destined to die. He is the enemy that we cannot see when we recognize the sin that’s inside as his abilities personified. We fight a fight that is beyond our sight and the flesh is the stage on which we fight. The enemy is not the one we see nor is it sins that lay beneath the skin. In the darkness of the heart, he roams free ruling the dark from the darkness within, ruling the hearts of those whose life is sin. The prince of darkness, the angle of death and unclean spirits attack the souls of men in our conscious unredeemed humanness, a stage of flesh, in the vastness of the mind we fight a fight that is life or death, no particular place, just all the time we fight spirits in spiritual things with a faith of substance in things unseen. Footnote: This poem contains references to the Bible; Ephesians 6:11-13: “for we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” Revelations Chapter 12 verse 4 states: “His tail drew a third of the stars from heaven and threw them to the earth.” In Wilmington’s Guide to the Bible, under the heading The Theological Method; the Doctrine of Satan, in Chapter 9, it states “it was the devil that organized and led the first rebellion against God. Revelation 12:4 indicated that he persuaded one-third of heaven’s angels to march with him. Felton Craig is a poet, playwright and performer whose work has been published in i-Quest Chronicles, an on-line magazine that celebrated new artist in all expressions of art. A member of Mind TV Media Independence which owns and operates WYBE Channel 35 in Philadelphia, a new multi-platform television and internet channel.The father of three, currently residing in suburban Philadelphia where communities of neighbors and neighborhoods meet the cultural explosion emanating from the Avenue of the Arts, revitalizing the big city streets. These poems are among the entries for the Society of Classical Poets’ 2012 Poetry Competition. Related Post Essay: Put Down That Poem Before You Kill Yourself By Con Chapman Boston may no longer be the Hub of the Universe, but its Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area remains the undisputed capital of Am... Tell the world:FacebookTwitterTumblrPinterestRedditLinkedInEmail 6 Responses tony Tone November 22, 2012 very well done….I look forward to reading more from Felton Craig in the future. Reply Felton Craig November 25, 2012 Thank you very much Tony, I hope to be adding something shortly Reply Carolyn November 24, 2012 Very well written. I have read other poems by Felton Craig and they tend to make you look deep inside of your soul to see what really fills that “God placed hole.” You get caught up in the settings that he has placed before you and before you know it, off you go into a world of realism and fantasy. I look forward to reading more from him. Reply Felton Craig November 25, 2012 Thank you very much Carolyn, it is my duty to spread the good news which is the gospel of Jesus the Christ Reply Rastaman April 14, 2014 Craig!!!! Why does this verse make me look into my life from employment to love? It is lonely & cold, it is dark & deep, In its shadows are the whispers Of weeping & the gnashing of teeth!!! Well played sir, well played! *A Reply Jason September 16, 2015 This is amazing Felton! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.