Federico del Corazón
Finding You I Found Me - Poem by Federico del Corazón
These old shoes are so worn out, tired and torn.
I walked a thousand miles lost going nowhere.
Empty hands I carry a heavy load
through the mud and winter snow tearing a hole in my sole!
I'm so tired not knowing what I'm looking for,
and then I found you with open arms calling me home.
Like summer rain washing the leaves,
my face and hands become clean.
In my life I've strayed so far away and your love has set me free
Even when I was lost you always had me.
I give my life to you and you give me life back,
Bless my soul for finding you
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