Frank Pulver

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What a Friend


You are the Lover of my soul
When my friends assailed me
You are there to make me whole
You were there to hold my injured body

What a Friend

Especially when I was left alone and I started to cry
I knew that you was there with me to the end
You are my Pilot as my spirit that lifted up high

What a Friend

I am glad that you were with me in that dark and dirty place
Only if my so called friends could see that you helped and guided to the end

What a Friend

I only ask one thing my Lord, “Why did you pick me,
was it because you saw the pain and discretion on my face? ”

I am glad that you answered me, which was my biggest goal

“Son, I am here to because you believed in me and gave me the chance,
To show you that I am there to save your soul”

Thank you my Lord, I am glad that I am here to see and feel your Amazing Grace

By Frank Pulver April 22,2013

Submitted: Monday, April 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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