Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

I Am Never Alone In 'This'


Wherever it is You lead me,
I will allow...
Without hesitation,
To follow.

I remain a witness,
To the greatness of Your Creation.

Whenever I am troubled,
With burdens condoned...
I am never in this alone.

I remain a witness,
To the greatness of Your Creation.

When I witness more obstacles,
On my path that may persist...
I resist them knowing it.
Since I am never in this alone.

There will be times I come to face,
I can not take another heartache.
And emotionally feel my mind is numb.
With despair everywhere...
I am too weak to overcome.

I remain a witness,
To the greatness of Your Creation.
And realizing it...
I am never alone,
In 'this'.

Wherever it is You lead me,
I will allow...
Without hesitation,
To follow.

I remain a witness,
And realizing it...
I am never alone,
In 'this'.

Submitted: Sunday, October 17, 2010

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