Obed dela Cruz
Bring Me Again Above The Sky - Poem by Obed dela Cruz
Bring me again above the sky, above roaring seas.
Lead me again to the place I call my Native Land.
Thirsty I am, let me drink the waters that give peace,
For dry are the wells of the Earth, so please take my hand.
Bring me again above the sky, above mortal Earth.
All I see shall return to the dust from which they came
Leaving no memory, no any trace of their worth,
But with You I am sure You will remember my name.
Bring me again above the sky, above soaring birds.
Lead me to the place where grass is green and flowers grow.
Fly me above flowing streams, above a thousand herds,
With the promise of eternity absent of woe.
Let Heaven’s Gates fling wide, give acceptance for my soul.
For the time when we shall spend our forever is nigh
As soon as the parts of Your dear plan completes in whole.
Be here with me and bring me again above the sky.
Copyright © 2010 by Prince Obed de la Cruz
(November 1,2010; Marikina City)
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