Death Dares Life - Poem by Drew Engman
' Death Dares Life '
The nightmares I might dare try and remember to forget
Get found inside these daydreams I cannot wake up from yet
Sorrow’s close acquaintance, grief, sees all ends white or black;
Love shines down forgiving us all color sins we’ll still commit,
Too uncomfortably numb from death to live inspired by regrets.
Love and learn, win or earn, take then throw away. The
Truth is life just lets us all lose everything, and all get lost.
Yet No dark nights of our soul enshadows any of God’s light or life,
And Every living soul passed death will live to see His day.
Why is it so hard to look after we leap, not count His cost?
When we know God’s living truth and see Christ’s way?
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