Maurice Dewberry

(San Diego, California, USA)

God's Holy Well - Poem by Maurice Dewberry

Please walk with me to the blessed well
We hear the sound of the beautiful church bell
Don't you worry or have any fear
Because our good Lord is always near
We'll drink holy water sitting under a tree
And listen to the hum of the working bee
After we rest we will play and run
It's always nice to have some fun
Then we'll go riding in my boat
Wearing our beautiful colorful coat
We'll never stop with a delay
Just keep on praising God for a blessed day
We've come to the end of a day so bright
Goodnight my love, "please turn out the lights"

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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