Major Elazia


She Will One Day Return


Today I heard the preacher
By God he had been proclaimed a teacher
And for love he said to the brethren
'Come thee to Him and loveth you will be! '

And I stood up to lead the choir
What defines beauty than she oh my
Sitting on the front row of the village church
And together we sang the hymns of worship

The preacher said 'ask and you will be given'
I closed my eyes to pray to the Lord
When my prayer was over I glanced to her seat
Before I could knock she was gone

Submitted: Thursday, June 28, 2012
Edited: Saturday, June 30, 2012

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Saturday,12 March 2011 at 16: 38

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