Little King of Sorrows


Hope


Apple of my eye.
For you I could die.
Forever I`ll fly,
Dark Angel don't cry.
A poem a day,
keeps demons at bay.
Read scripture and pray.
Keep faith where you lay.
Life is a test,
So just do your best.
Through him we can rest.
A path when you're stressed.
Keep your heart pure,
Through flames you'll endure.
Closed eyes find a cure.
This one truth be sure.
Fear has some power,
In a desperate hour.
It seeks to devour.
A thirsty young flower.
Give me thy hand.
God saves thee a land.
My will his command.
His food is not bland.
Eat like we should,
Of the fruit that is good.
From under the hood,
the engine that could.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013
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