I've to talk to God

I’ve to talk to God
Just in case
My case HE haven’t heard
Cos the world is so busy
And His schedule so tight

I’ve tried it in prayers
A mix of empty stomach
Trying to empty my heart
In all emptiness and sincerity
Cos, I want God to hear me

Haven’t I talked enough
Dear God
My words have gone up
In millions each sentence
I carefully present at ur table

Day and night,
I seek your face
In faith that my fate might be
That of a palm by the riverside
Bearing fruits in seasons

Forgive me Lord
For I need to know
How many more words
Would I need to utter
In prayers for Ur face to see

For I might be forced
By the fierce fire
Burning within the heart walls
To protest for protection
Cos, my lungs can’t wait longer

Father,
Each day I burn for a change
Each day I bleed for a chance
Each night I seek for opportunity
Each night I sought for an answer

But wait a little longer
So they say and so it’s written
So is my life and so it panting
So my plans and its good deeds
Have been so since I learn to believe

I want to talk to God
I don’t want to talk to myself
Tis conversation has been one-way
I’m in desperate need of a feedback
Or, doesn’t God want to talk to me?

“I’ve to talk to God” was written by Victor Eshameh