Patrick Njama Maina

(3rd/October/1990 / Nyahururu, Kenya)

You Are Not Alone


You are not alone,
When life smiles at you and the sun shines in your life,
When joy abounds in your life and happiness exceeds the lot you gave,
When success lights your path and prosperity at last arrives,
God is always with you, so never forget, you are not alone.
You are not alone,
When laughter vanishes and sorrows abound,
When the trust of those you love runs aground,
When the hurt and anguish knows no bounds,
God is always true, so never give up, you are not alone.
For friends may love you but break your heart,
For dear ones may break your trust and rip you apart,
For life may collapse on you and joy depart,
But the love of God is true, unfailing and will ever last,
He will comfort you and wipe your tears for it’s a fact,
That only He can remold the broken pieces of your heart.

© Patolyer 2012

Submitted: Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013

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