Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 95,049 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Unload - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

It is the Spirit that knows.
It is the Spirit that shows,
Everyone with kept faith what it takes!

It is the Spirit that holds.
And the Spirit that grows,
Everyone who confesses to be blessed!

Trials and tribulations become less,
When...
Faith eliminates the fear from every step.

Trials and tribulations become less,
When...
Faith eliminates the fear from every step.

It is the Spirit that holds.
And the Spirit that grows,
Everyone who confesses to be blessed!

It is the Spirit that knows.
It is the Spirit that shows,
Everyone with kept faith what it takes!

Move...
Those burdens on your shoulders to unload.
Detach them off your back.
Move...
Those burdens on your shoulders to unload.
Detach them off your back.
They're not yours to carry.

Trials and tribulations become less,
When...
Faith eliminates the fear from every step.

Move...
Those burdens on your shoulders to unload.
Detach them off your back.
They're not yours to carry.

It is the Spirit that holds.
And the Spirit that grows,
Everyone who confesses to be blessed!

Trials and tribulations become less,
When...
Faith eliminates the fear from every step.
And...
Only with a proven faith you can detach from that!
So move...
Those burdens on your shoulders to unload.
Detach them off your back.
They're not yours to carry.
If you have a proven faith all excuses will be removed.
If you have a proven faith all excuses should be refused.

Move...
Those burdens on your shoulders to unload.
Detach them off your back.
They're not yours to carry.
If you have a proven faith all excuses should be refused.

Unload,
All excuses.
Unload,
Self-abuse.
Unload,
Every reason you can think of to use.
If you have a proven faith all excuses should be refused.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 22, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, December 23, 2013


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