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My Secret Heart

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My Secret Heart

                 A wish for a some                           changes, but none 
          too soon... Heart confused              and minds in a messed...
      None can change... They guide      me not, help me not... Though 
    love remains the same... Hope for a life anew... But nay, it came to no
    avail... Sunken in spirit... Looking around... Floating   around,   floating,
  floating along with the swift currents... Unsure... Of where   the  currents 
   will drift you next.... Along with the swift currents... High and low Strong
    and weak, drift, drift, drift, away... Feeling so sad... All alone...    Heart 
       filled with unbearable sorrow... Where oh where can they be? Some
           thing the heart want ~ the aider of  faith. Look...  I  raised  my
               open palm, to My Lord i sent my prayers... Though noone
                  here, i know You are near... Only to You i dare hope
                      for assistance and guidance... Though no one else
 	           understand, i know for sure, You understood
	             me more than any one do... You remain
	                 in my heart, giving me assurance 
		    and love plenty. They know not
		        my  heart , but  My  Lord
		           You   knows   much
		              and forever be in
			 my heart
			  always
			     ****
			      **
                                                                       *

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