Lynn Anne Brown

(June 16,1959 / Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

Spirit of the Hearth


I am
I am, The Spirit of the Fire
I am
I am, The Spirit of the Fire
The Spirit of the Fire
In everything
I am
I am, The Spirit of the Fire
The Spirit in the Fire
Of Every Tree
I am
I am the Spirit of the Tree
The Spirit of the Tree
That greets our need
I am
I am the Spirit of the Need
The Spirit of the Need
To which we Heed
We are
We are the Spirits Of the Hearth
The Spirits of Hearth
That keeps the Spark
We are
We are the Keepers of the Fire
The Keepers of Fire
Who lend a hand
We who
We who lend a hand
Lend a hand
When we're called upon
We who lend a hand
Lend a hand
Cause that how we run
We who've leant a hand
Leant a hand
Since time begun
We are The Spirit of the Fire
The Spirit of the Fire
In Every thing
We are
The Hearts that sing
The Hearts sing
For every good thing
We are the Hearts that sing
The Praises of the Tribe
The Praises of the Tribe
The Praises of the Tribe

Submitted: Friday, August 29, 2014

Topic(s): spirituality


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