Cassandra Mitchum

(Adelphi, Maryland, USA)

Born Again - Poem by Cassandra Mitchum

Born again Lord, you say, How can I be born again?
Am I a baby in my mother's womb. How can I live
again?
Come into my world, humble like a child. Let me
cleanse you, let the Spirit come down upon you as
a loving dove.
Let your world be a new world. Let His light shine
upon you from above. Let the Spirit of Christ burn
within you.
Your soul crying, your heart being renewed. Born
again my child, Born Again, Born Again.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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