TPAC Alexander Coppedge
My Sabbath Prayer - Poem by TPAC Alexander Coppedge
Lay me down prayers asking God for urgent needs,
trusting His kindness to seed a dream,
must for world gifts by deeds.
My fall in conflict to survive sleep outcome,
cut path a mill had inside God's faith,
tall at red signal shown to stand.
All said a request I ask of You,
view doesn't rest a self gain to presume,
to me not solely but a true test to reveal.
I pray to heaven's happiness,
their host say in longevity with peace given in restlessness,
its confessed views to love.
Dew to fall in droplet's from the heaven,
seeding the earth ground haven,
its time events raven given seasonal place.
Love heard roaming tall hills heights,
dove venturing high its valley fills,
feeding babies whin by its cry tills reaps.
I wish hosts were happy with their coffee being,
all being free of doubt and fear seen gaff,
safe care from death.
In a sum of there for its noble arrival,
back at least a bum to live near that gate,
in new city fields lips held in a hum.
My Sabbath Prayer.
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