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Jeffrey Markle


The Vision


Last night whilst I lay sleeping
I drempt I had a dream
And in that dream I drempt
A vision came to me

The vision was an angel
With a bold word from the Lord
Yes you've received my message
And are in one accord

You've never told a single soul
'bout my birth long time ago
Of all that crossed your path
And the things you could have told

How I grew up and spread the word
about my father up above
How I did suffer on the crosss
Thus showing you his love

For I have come to tell you
You've been given another day
A chance to tell the story
To all who cross your way

Submitted: Sunday, March 31, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 01, 2013

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Inspired by and dedicated to Nadine Palmer who tells the story to others

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