Dennisa Davidson


Jesus, Bless this home this Christmas Poem by Dennisa Davidson


Lord, the last so many years
This home has seen happiness and tears
Its every brick soaked up with tales
With Love its mortar, the flagship’s sail

But as we see the love unwrap
The Mast go down, the Mortar crack
And each brick soaks up fears with tears
Lord, bring back all those blessed years

Jesus, bring healing and love back into this home
Mend each heart, the way You do alone
And as they pack their separate bags
To say good bye, go on different tracks
Jesus, come with Your love into this home
And make this Christmas,
A very special Christmas
Of love and healing
In this home.

Comfort each wounded and hurting heart
Oh heal the scars of emotions past
Bring the laughter back into their hearts
As the end comes calling, give them a brand new start

Send your teams of angels there
To mend the hurts, the hearts repair
And as they see this Christmas, this Chirstmas
Light the candle of Hope and Love there.

Submitted: Monday, November 30, 2009
Edited: Monday, November 30, 2009

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