Carol Fleming Klein


A Common Singer


I am a common singer
Singing a simple song
Inviting all who hear
To join and sing along

As we climb up Faith's Mountain
Our voices lift in song
Inviting the whole earth
To hear and come along

This song is heaven's story
Is the key to heaven's gate
The song of Christ's returning
And His grace for all who wait

I am a common singer
Singing a simple song
Inviting you who hear
To join and come along

Monday, February 17,2014

Submitted: Monday, February 17, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Topic(s): God


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This morning as I awoke about 8am, coming from a dream state, the first two lines were playing in my mind. So as I lay there the first stanza continued like a song to unfold and so I sat up and jotted it down.
And I do. I do invite you to hear the song of Christ's life and death for you, and to accept it and come along.

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