He Loves Still - Poem by JOBY JOHN
I, thou savior heard him lamenting
Near, thy river side where he lies down.
Crows are crowing, squirrels are climbing
I, thou savior saw him in dawn.
Never thy sunset made him happy
Never thy sunrise made him wake up.
I, thy savior near him, “Hear Me”.
Has he laughed no when she left him
And I, thy savior near him, “Hear Me”
Ants and worms are starting bargain,
“There his house left. We shall rule that.”
I, thy savior near him, “Hear Me”
He never wished to come back “Once left”
And his house is earth and water.
I, thy savior near him, “Hear Me.”
He then replied, “I never… ever…”
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