Jacob Bradshaw

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The Dawn - Poem by Jacob Bradshaw

Dawn breaks and the sky awakens,
And like the night,
My fears and worries are taken,
Nothing left but peace and love,
Sent down by Him above,
With grace he forgives,
By his Son we live,
And then I know,
There is nowhere left to go,
But into his arms,
And it is there that the night seems far,
And the light lasts long.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 9, 2006



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