The Shepherd

Were I not the man devoid of power
And the knowledge of how to mountains move,
Then I would so pause and halt the hour,
To break the tide,and to the Shepherd prove,
That the whole vast world be a trembling state
Who needs at most His guidance and the light
Which will lead all men to paradise gate,
To rekindle our stay to right and bright’.
But wider my thoughts can travel and far
To grasp even the minds of those blinded prime,
Now I seek the muse and kings of the bar
To raise Him best,and serve for longest time,
For the path to glory be just His way,
Who leads with His might to a brighter day.