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All for Thee

By Steve Waldrop All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Poetry

a poem

‘Neath a clear and starry sky

Tears of pain seep from her eye,

Spirit ash and heart a hole

Crushing weight upon her soul,

She cries if there’s a God above

Will I ever find the love

To light my night and cool my day,

Is there one star to guide my way?

In sorrow, down on bended knees,

A whisper rustles through the trees,

No, not one, was what she heard,

As softly as a distant bird,

Not one was made to help you see,

Not one, for they are all for thee.

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