Treasure Island

Clarence Prince

(September 14 / Jamaica W1)

I Wish You: Peace!


You will ever need your peace
It's what will give your life ease
Then a life with it gets a good treat
It has value nothing dares to beat
To me, He whispers sweet peace
It brings my soul a great ease
Many people are seeking for riches
As it can put food in those dishes
It can settle some of your wishes
It can put clothes on your back
It can bring you fame in a big stock
But this it seemed to have lacked
Since it made some people blocked
The beauty of having sweet peace
To me, He whispers sweet peace
And my soul finds a great ease
There is peace in Christ for all
He will give to those that'll call....
It's better than silver and gold
So, whether you are young or old
Your soul will need to be at ease
Then seek the PRINCE of PEACE
To me, He whispers sweet peace
And my soul finds immense peace
I wish you: Peace!

Submitted: Friday, December 18, 2009
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  • Heather Wilson (4/11/2012 3:45:00 PM)

    That is beautiful, love and peace of mind will come before silver and gold any day for me. (Report) Reply

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