Steven Reeve


Come Follow Me: - Poem by Steven Reeve

Come follow me,
This stranger did say,
Great wonders you shall see,
Each and every day.

Travelled we this land,
A happy and joyous band,
The things we saw,
Leaving us filled with wondrous awe.

Who was this man,
Like no other we had ever known,
Talking of a heavenly plan,
Helping the sick and forlorn.

He healed the blind,
The lame got up and walked,
Set free those the demons did bind,
Those born mute talked and talked.

He raised the dead,
They called him a man of sin,
So for us he bled,
Open your heart and let him in.

Come follow me,
This stranger did say,
Great wonders you shall see,
Each and every day.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 10, 2010



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