Treasure Island

Clarence Williams

(May 19,1980 / Washington, D.C)

His Heart


His heart spoke too my body! ! ! !

I heard  him! ! ! ! ! and he spoke to my heart! ! ! ! ! ! Mind, soul, and body! ! ! ! He spoke too me! ! !
That If I shall die! ! ! ! and had thee opportunity! ! ! ! To come back again! ! ! I will choose to come back and be in the mist of his love! ! ! ! His love,  Is genuine! ! ! and true! ! ! ! His spirit is comforting! ! !  thee best! ! ! ! ! landing place! ! ! ! Where peace kept me as man mentally at ease! ! ! ! and calm! ! ! ! His heart! ! ! ! felt like a warm soft bed! ! ! And my blanket, and sheet So in spite of me! ! ! ! your love helped me see the gift, my gift! ! ! ! And I'm thankful for (you! ! ! ! ! !) that love, and choosing too love is priceless! ! ! ! ! !
 

Submitted: Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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