Treasure Island

yvonne selase nyahe

(19th july 1989 / amedzofe, volta region, ghana)

let me walk with you


o, master let me walk with you
through the fields of thorn and prey
through the rivers and the snow
close to yours may my feet throd
teach me your patience and your love
tell me the secrets of your heart
let me not stray too far away
strengthen my faith o dear lord
in sweet peace that only you can give
lead me on paths of pain and strain
through dark and rugged caves
it may be o the mountains peak
or in the deepest sea
where ever you lead
i, ll not be far behind
thy will with faith i, ll do
i, ll be what you want me to be
o master let me walk with you
where ever you go, ill go

Submitted: Sunday, March 29, 2009
Edited: Monday, March 30, 2009

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