Lonely Emotions - Poem by Clarice McClain
Lord in every poem I write, somewhere you will find a tear.
Saying Father God, something is wrong, I need to know you're near.
Not just enough the heart-ache and pain, but when I feel I cannot take anymore.
For it's then I need my inner strength recharged, because my fuel to go is low.
Father I know you can wipe away all my tears, but within they never end.
Because this world is filled with too much corruption, tears are unable to mend.
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