Far Along The Road - Poem by Kondwani Simwaba
Far along the road, where the earth touches the sky, where the sun makes love to the sea and the day turns into night, you shall find me.
Far along the road, where the trees hide the skies, where the birds sing up high and time seems not to fly, there I shall be.
When your sorrows seem to out-weigh your smile, when evil corrupts your file and you can´t seem 2o live out of denial, don´t forget to smile because He knows the thoughts He thinks towards us, thoughts of good and not of evil to give us therefore an expected end. He is the love and the light, He is the dove and always bright, He is the lord and our God, He never sleeps nor slambers.
Seek peace and teach love in the word of God. Take a piece and learn to Love the ways of the Lord. Cast your net wide and fear not failure, learn love and happiness shall forever be your trailer, preach forgiveness and joy shall forever be in your mirror, because the Lord Himself os love.
Far along the road, where failure turns into pass, where lessons are taken not only from a class and love is seen beyond the glass, I shall build my home.
Far along the road, where your sins are blotted out, your heart knows no doubt and rain over-powers draught, seek that place in your heart, where the lord has built a hut and your blood is but a mat, you shall find love.
Far along the road, where nothing shines brighter than the grace of God, where all my worries are taken in prayer to the Lord and I fear not to ever grow old. That road shall forever be my fortress! ! !
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