I Have Traveled Life, - Poem by Andrew Sutcliffe
I have traveled life,
Looking for the reason behind the strife.
Enough wisdom to fill a book found I,
But no disclaimers to compare with the sky.
I searched as day turned into night,
Wandering past the Earth's delights.
Never again those paths I'll tread,
Which marched in blackness towards the dead.
Groping, I felt a sign:
“Turn Ye here, and life is thine”
Its fellow sat below, and said that I should know:
“Continue, as you're not the first to take this venue! ”
The choice I made was mine,
No others can lay claim.
And yet it won't have meaning
Unless I walk towards dawn.
For the choice itself was given,
(That I might live in heaven)
By Him to whom I say:
“All power, honour, and glory be to your name! ”
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