Fearfully Faithful

he was determined to secure the land
through the programme of resettlement
to further his own ends
but he could only do this with the consent of the chief…

so even as a stupendously gifted negotiator
he still had to approach the mission with the astuteness of Disraeli when he managed to have the Khedive accede to Britain’s influence over the Suez Canal by buying up the company’s shares…
in essence, every part of his execution had to be very calculated

and he didn’t want to think of failure or rather set backs
all risks had been considered and he was more than willing to take…
with a vision of building something great
just how he imagined the Michelin brothers must have felt
back in 1888

besides, it was too late to backtrack
when the true test of his strength and fate awaited
so from there he took only forward steps, albeit with bated breath
towards the goals he had set
promising not to stop even for a moment of rest
suggesting that would be worse than death

said he’d would face every moment with courage
aligning his faith with his desires
since only by believing as such
would the desires be fulfilled

Β© Heath Muchena, 2015


5 Comments on “Fearfully Faithful”

  1. I have taken less preparation for a fishing trip ! Hope you catch something, “I” !

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  2. Ah, mysterious and interesting! I like it!

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  3. I of July says:

    My friend, Will – hope you’re enjoying the end of year πŸ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

  4. I of July says:

    Thank you, dear Migrant Thoughts πŸ™‚ that’s what I was hoping for


  5. And to you, Mr. I, the same !

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