Wanderer - Poem by Yoosaph Aayala
Still wandering through darkness
seeking the glamour of light
I find your visage that shines itself
where the sun sports splendid.
His look on you has built an edifice
that is a home of grandeur
telling us of His bounty
in its unbound expanse.
Let me slowly creep into
the abode of fair love
the commune of camaraderie
and embrace God's
moonlight on your tower.
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