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Written In Church

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Written In Church

Most times I consider my 
need to live
I find too mysterious, its 
hidden zest
I've lent my thoughts to 
creeds of Hebrew-weave
To feed my troubled soul 
with lasting rest.

I sit and watch as harps 
and violins play
They've tamed their 
worries; bound their 
doubts to sleep
The doubts that stir my 
soul, they've keþt away
They're wolves before 
mine eyes in church as 

They tell me "hold on to 
the Lamb of God"
Be gone from mind, ill 
thoughts that plead to 
For fall of blasphemy is 
good reward
The best reward for 
blasphemy is woe.

I sit and watch as Heaven 
weeps and bleeds
Her seeds are spread 
before a church of weeds.

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