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david moonlight


am i a christian


I look to the skies and ask am i getting it right am i getting it done---

did i learn to walk or stay on the run--

is life that fast-that i forget to rest-

or does it mean that much to know i, m the best-

i look to the skies and shout out loud

am i who i am or am i just to damn proud-

i look for a single flower or a simple sign-

what is yours and what is mine--

when it has all been said and done

do i really think i am the one---

will it all be for a not --

or did i ever see and now forgot-

i look to the skies and ask--

give me a sign or show me a task-

is my life for the cup- or is it a flask-

i look to the skies and say

is my life forever or just another day-

i look to the skies and say-

i never look at the garden i am in -just a single flower today- i look to the skies--

i look to the skies and say--- just show me the way.

Submitted: Friday, May 02, 2008
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  • Lynda Robson (5/5/2008 11:08:00 AM)

    A nice write David, it asks questions about christianity, and is well written
    Best wishes Lynda (Report) Reply

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