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Guardian Angel

Guardian Angel

You speak words for me
You breathe for me
You see my way through a twisted maze
And this is vanity
I will see you on the other side
You are my long lost friend
As of today
And I cry for you
My now guardian angel
If you think this is too deep
I've got a few more words
My best friend is now with the Lord
And they are smiling
What do we see in our last breath dying
The Lord smiling
Pray for your friends so they might see
And you'll know this vanity
It's only the beginning

Copyright © Clay Ward | Year Posted 2017

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