James Mcqueen Williams

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Return - Poem by James Mcqueen Williams

You call to me to find you there, In the beautiful sunrise beyond the hills, Your handiwork is everywhere, The mighty oak, the daffodils, Your voice is speaking through the trees, The river laughs at my company, I find myself in all I see, Oh grand device! Eternity... Time and space go on no end, What wonders await around the bend? I think your thoughts only after Thee, In your ancient deeds I find my way, Choose with me I hear you say, And share this love with me today, You bid me join you in your realm, Where tears no longer rule the night, Where all men are treasured in your sight, Where joy and happiness abound, Why can`t` I have those things right now? While your life`s breath still favors me Make this valley devoid of death. Let my lips taste you with a kiss, Let us share this earthly air, And walk like brothers bound in heart, Not far away, a sea apart.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 23, 2009

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