Taher Shemaly

Rookie - 20 Points (17/8/1980 / Kuwait)

Praise The Lord - Poem by Taher Shemaly

Let the praise to the Lord must be
and the prayers for His sake lets say
The most Gracious, O He's ma Lord
for Him I'll sing the psalms and lay
And His faith to me heart and soul
I shall let in before a single sun ray

How many times I fell in sins
and how many times I felt His grace
How many times I walked the left way
and how many times I did forget to praise
But only the kindest of all He was
the Almighty and one of the High place

Oh who had mercy upon Adam and Eve
and for their sin made a way of ease
Oh who had splitted the sea for Moses
and brought the king of Egypt to his knees
I shall keep my tongue in His mention
as long do exist the last drops of the seas

When my soul did the romaing
up there in the heavenly sky
Sure it will keep the tongue working
in praising for His Spirit of High
Until the doomsday to come let me be
in His duty, my Lord, I shall come to service of Thy

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 15, 2005

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