Donna Marie

(Bensalem, Pennsylvania, USA)

Unto Me You Are To Call - Poem by Donna Marie

Though at times you may stumble and fall,
Unto me you are to call.
For I am oh so near,
And, I shall truly hear,
Those whose hearts weep a tear,
And cry unto me a lonesome fear.
For I shall protect you from thy fall,
If, unto me you are to call.
For, I was sent from High Above,
To give unto thee one and all everlasting love.
And, I shall protect you from thy fall,
If, unto me you are to call.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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