Florence M. Wells

(Wigston, Leicester, UK)

A Cry In The Wilderness - Poem by Florence M. Wells

I hear a cry in the wilderness
A cry I have heard before!
Children crying from lack of food,
and Babies in mothers arms.
I hear a voice in the wilderness,
A voice we know and love.
Fear not my children I hear your cries!
I will not abandon you.
For I am with you all the while,
And beside you I will always be!
Walking down the road of life,
Helping you every step of the way
Fear not dear children, I will provide,
And make you strong again!
To walk down the road of life,
Until the journey's end.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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