A Quiet Walk

Shepherd me, O God, beyond my wants,

She sat in the corner eyes dry, there are no more tears her heart ached for her baby boy the world so bright now dark “my baby, my son” “A sword will pierce your soul,” he said he came to die they said but, . . . . I carried him under my heart I …

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You call this Friday good but today the Good died all love hung on a cross the sky cried the earth broke it’s heart the darkness of the soul covered the earth We hide behind locked doors grief grips our hearts fear takes our minds we wait for the knock we wait to be dragged …

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