Life's Journey - Poem by jim foulk
When I come to the end
of life's journey
and look back at all my sin,
I will wonder if it all
was worth the pleasure
that caused me to fall.
Hardships and Tribulations I had,
opportunitys flew away from me,
now I stand here so sad.
Life is almost over for me,
second chances wished I had,
knowing I can face death with glee.
Knowing my Lord, has forgiven me,
rising up to Heaven's gate,
knowing I won't have to plea.
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