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WHERE DO THE TEARS COME FROM


Where do the tears come from?
Are they hidden in the heart?
When it breaks from sudden sorrow
Do they wash the broken parts?

Where do the tears come from?
They just fall and fall and fall.
How can they be so endless
From a heart that that is so small?

Where do the tears come from?
By now they've washed my soul.
Just like the blood of Jesus.
They'll someday make me whole....
 
 
MAFLongfellow

Copyright © MAF Longfellow | Year Posted 2011

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