Sara Tober


You Are My Light Through The Dark!


You are my light through the dark of night,
That guides me to the light of day.
When my light fades from day,
You help me in the dark.

For awhile now my heart’s been in the dark,
But you came along and brought in the light.
It’s been shattered and lost,
Until you found the pieces and put them back together again.

Sometimes the dark is scary,
Other times it’s calming.
Sometimes the light is nice,
Other times it hurts.

When the dark is scary and comes creeping in,
You’re always there in more ways then one,
Keeping me calm.

When the dark is calming and I’m asleep,
I picture you there with me,
Holding me close.

When the light is nice,
You make me laugh,
Happy with joy.

When the light hurts me so,
You also feel the pain I feel,
But still help me to relax.

In many ways you’re my light through the dark.

Submitted: Monday, March 22, 2010

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