Treasure Island

Gwendolyn Anderson


THIS LIFE WE LIVE


Before we were formed
He knew our part here on Earth
made in His likeness and
for His purpose
taught to believe we have options
we can be whatever we want

Presences along the journey
a must, when along the path of
discovering destiny's promise

In this life we are confused
when we think we get to choose
it is free will, you'll see
A devine design to destiny
within the journey there are clues
on how to make your journey smooth
Don't resist

It is resistance that cause disaster
mistakes made, when off path
discovering destiny
is what you seek

Submitted: Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Edited: Sunday, July 06, 2014

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