Mystic Beauty

Rookie (Christchurch, New Zealand)

Call Out - Poem by Mystic Beauty

Who do you call when you're in doubt
When there's no way in and no way out?

Who do you call when things aren't fair
When you're by yourself and no one's near?

And who do you call when you haven't a clue
When you're living in tears and feeling so blue?

Who do you call when you want to shout
And all you can do is walk with a pout?

Tell me who you call for when you're alone in the cold?
When you're sad and tired and feeling old?

Who do you call when you've walked the street
Hundreds of faces but no one to meet?

Who do you call when the problems come by
And you need to let go and break down and cry?

And who do you call when life's not so grand
When the sands of time slip through your hand?

When things go crazy and don't make sense
Night and day you're in suspense

Call out loud. Call out clear.
You have one voice for the world to hear

Call out loud. Call out clear
Say what you need and the help is there.

Have you opened up when you haven't a choice?
Have you prayed to God with your very own voice?

Frightened? Scared? Or no idea?
Believe in your heart that God is near

He will hear your words sing out
He'll show you how to clear your doubt
Gods voice is carried out through all
So be alert and aware for His call

He'll let you know that he heard you call
You prayers will get answers however small
Call to the Man you believe is there
Voice your words so that He can hear

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 20, 2005

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