I Dreamed Last Night - Poem by norman hale
I dreamed last night
With a chilling fright
That I walked on calvery hill
And there stood the cross
Where He paid the cost
And my blood came to a chill
The blood was there
Just as plain and fair
Alll soaked up in the wood
Then I knelt on my knees
And prayed for forgiveness please
Like so many of us should
As I looked up, with eyes a glare
His image was still hanging there
I asked 'Oh Lord what can I do or say? '
As He spoke to me with a smile
He said 'There is nothing my child! '
'I'm just here to show you a way! '
And then with a blink
before I could think
He stood there by my side
And again He spoke
As if it was a joke
And said 'Mans worst enemy, is his pride! '
wrote 10/10/2007 by Norman Hale Jr.
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