Treasure Island

Pam DeLoach Darby

(2/7/1961 / Greenville, MS)

Walker of Faith


I walk by faith
Not by sight
I see you move
In your great might
I have a need
I bow my head
It is done
For it is said
I am a walker of faith
I roam the roads
I listen to you
And the stories you told
Lift my head
You maker of man
For you are my God
For this I understand
Thank you
For all you do
For you are wonderful
And my skies are bright blue
I walk sometimes
In the rain
For you make me laugh
And sometime it has pain
Come with me
The walker of faith
Do not doubt my love
No one can take my place
I am the light
I am the dark
I am the reason
You walk in the park…
Go to the road
And make the mile
Walker of faith
Don’t shut down now

Submitted: Monday, April 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I am writing this poem on my life experiences of how when you are at your lowest you can have faith and believe and it will come to pass.

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By: Gracious Walker
4/8/2013

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