Kurt Kacich


Mother of Mercy


Mother of mercy breathe your life into me,
Open my mind let me see everything there is to see,

Mother of mercy, take my hand and guide me to the pearly gates,
Show me the land of make believe,
Put me to somber sleep and make me dream,

Make me dream of the world around me so beautifully surreal,
Take me under your wing and take me away from what’s real,
Mend the broken covenant of morals by stitching the broken seal,

Mother of mercy, take me to the window where the light shines through,
In my dreams, mother of mercy, every night I dream of you,

Spread your wings and hover over my bedside and protect me from all evil,
Mother of mercy, open the window so I can see the light,
Let the light shine through my eyes so bright,
Be alive so I can be protected in the night,

When the light shines through spread your wings,
Only you Mother of Mercy is the most beautiful of beings,
Mother of Mercy, breathe your life into me.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 03, 2010

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