Summer Song

(July 13,1991 / Indiana)

In Thou dark stormy Night


All alone in the night
All alone with my own fright
A lightning strikes, runs across the dead black sky
I am alone
but I wonder, why?

In Thou dark stormy night
In Thou dark stormy night
I call your name with all my might

All alone hanging in the night
My arms are sore, my soul is light
I hear the thunder, in the cloudy black sky
I am scared
but I don't know, why?

In Thou dark stormy night
in Thou dark stormy night
I call your name with all my might

Inside Your house in the night
Calling Your name with all my might
Father! Father! Why have you forsaken me?
'You must die so my people can be free.'

In Thou dark stormy night
In Thou dark stormy night
Jesus drew his final breath
Saving us all from our own eternal death

Submitted: Thursday, April 06, 2006
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  • Lylyanna Pilewski (4/6/2006 8:18:00 PM)

    Awww omg I love it I'm like not a total religious like guru but that was wow. Touching as corny as that sounds but truly it was it just touches at that part in your heart. Beautiful poem.
    Lylyanna (Report) Reply

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