Treasure Island

Joseph Skelley

(6/8/54 / Phila, Pa)

Through His Eyes


Through His Eyes

God sometimes I wish I could see through Your eyes
To see what you see because sometimes I do
not know why
Life can be filled with joy and other times sorrow
I'm happy for today but I always wonder about
tomorrow
I don't need any answers for all the questions I ask
For I know your job must be an endless task
But if you could just guide me in your light day by day
Then I know in my heart I may learn
to understand your Almighty way

Submitted: Thursday, January 13, 2011
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