Ethel K. Meyer-Johnson

(Douglas, Arizona)

Lord I Need You So - Poem by Ethel K. Meyer-Johnson

Lord, I always like to take a walk,
If it's only just a block or two
For when I go, I can always speak,
A word or two with you.

I'll set aside a world of care,
And feel your presence and your love,
The very freshness of the air,
The peace that comes from heaven above.

The earth is yours, I feel so small,
I must not walk in vain,
Guide me Lord, so I won't fall,
Grant me strength to stand the strain.

Take my hand in your own hand,
Hold it tight and don't let go,
This walk with you means so much
There's times I need you so.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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