Life's Reward - Poem by Rik Bertrand
I stand here in the wilderness,
And I pray for you my dear.
Life has become so precious,
And you livelihood is near.
My arms caress you tenderness,
And my heart provides love.
And why I stand here in the wilderness,
I want you to know, it's you I am thinking of.
I bring you out here every night,
To watch the sun set on the horizon.
It's a beautiful sight that you will see,
When your day, does finally come.
I love you sweet, my precious one,
I stand here and praise the lord.
I cannot wait to hold you close,
For you are my life's rewards.
REB (MARCH 2012) because a newborn is life's reward
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