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The Path

A lighted candle shows the way of the true path
After the storms of life have caused an aftermath
Pride while valiant is the root of destruction
A careless and foolish mind accepts assumption

Constrictive and blocking oneself from harm creates a cold heart
Block by block losing the fear; trusting and loving sends a spark
When you feel your spirit and soul in line with His plan
You know that it is a farce to fear man

In the darkness He is the light for us to all see
Isn't it bliss, with all that I've thought, He could choose me?


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  1. Date: 8/16/2013 4:01:00 PM

    Ps., In Re 'SoupMail' ? I Haven't Really Had The Appitite For This As Of Recent Times Yet, One Day Perhaps I'll Return Unto This Page ? Sweet Kisses, John

  1. Date: 8/16/2013 3:56:00 PM

    † Hey Lucinda, I Truly Like The Light I Find Throughout This Wonderful Painting. A Lot Of Wisdom And Assumptions Yes, Are For The Birds So To Speak ? Nothing Wise In Grasping Things Such As They. Fear, Again I Find A Bullseye Dead On Truth Amid Your Understanding. This Sign Of Perdition Unto Some ? Blindness Be It To Others ? Bliss And Choosing Your Priceless Heart I Would Add, Don't Ever Doubt Nor Let Go ˜ Excellent Poem, Which Deserves To Be Favoured With It's Bows In Light * Love, John

  1. Date: 8/15/2013 3:17:00 PM

    Quite right & true here. Choose your path wisely, without impulsiveness. Be sure to fix "choice" to "choose". :) Otherwise, awesome poem!