Treasure Island

Brian Kilpatrick


Sometimes The Veil So Thin


Sometimes the veil is so thin
I can sense your eyes
Sometimes the veil is so thin
I can feel your smile

We are anointed and appointed
For this time and place
To share our love and your grace

Sometimes the veil is so thin
I can hear what you say
Sometimes the veil is so thin
I don’t think I can wait another day

We are anointed and appointed
For this time and place
To share our love and your grace

Sometimes the veil so thin
I can feel the truth for miles
Sometimes the veil so thin
There can be no denial

We are anointed and appointed
For this time and place
To share our love and your grace

Submitted: Sunday, January 01, 2012
Edited: Monday, January 02, 2012

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