Clarence Williams (May 19,1980 / Washington, D.C)
In His Presence
In his present my spirit leaps,
It's that type of feeling like I'm in bed with my silk sheet but God to me feels better then that! ! !
It's like the wind blowing that cool breeze on my skin and I'm taking away to a place were mentally, physically safe becomes
an understatement, you see in his presents! ! ! ! ! joy surrounds me completely.
It brith so many things, so many ideas, trying to process it all at once feels like I'm having a spiritual orgasm! ! ! ! that I was out and down for count like a dead man, a dead man, a dead man! ! ! Who is now at the place where peace never felt so good, never felt so good never, never felt so good! ! ! !
In his presence......
Clarence Williams's Other Poems
- 365 Days Of Love
- A black phenomenal man
- A miracle survior
- A Rose From Concret
- All I wanted is for you to love me
- Alone with what I don't need
- And she
- Baby I'm Sorry
- Bipolar Bear
- Broken constancy
- By his strips
- Clarence was wrong
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