shery vincent nazrath

(14/09/1970 / Elthuruth)

I Love Thee Three

The Father
The Son
And The Holy Spirit

The Father
Loves, cares and believes me
Talk less, but share much
When I sleep in His arms
Nothing I fear
When I hang in His neck
He gently kiss me

I wish
Should be your daughter
If I have rebirth
To love and care you
Till the end

The Son
Crucified many times
For not our sins
It was for nothing
His wounds were to live
Prays and cries were
To elope from pain

I wish
Be my son
If we have rebirth
To fulfill the dreams of
A mother and a son

The Spirit
Is strength and power of God
Holy and inspiring
Without spirit
No one can love Father and Son

I wish
Be with me my spirit
As my power to love
My Father and Son

I love thee three
The Father
The Son
And the Holy Spirit

Submitted: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 17, 2013

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