Tafadzwa Mhondiwa Mugari

The Perpetual Light

There's a perpetual light
Shining in my window...
When you're passing by
Can you see it glow?

It illuminates your path
It's a lantern in the night,
Consoles a weary heart
And to the blind gives sight.

To the mourner it brings solace
And comfort in despair,
Guides you if you're lost
When no one seems to care.

It's a radiant beacon
On a stormy sea,
A bright beam of hope
When you face calamity.

Can the light been seen
In your window too?
Make room for Jesus
He's waiting to shine thru!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 7, 2010

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