How I love to walk with you 


I love it when you call.


You know I need you near


Without you I will fall. 


"But where is your sacrifice? are your worthy of my life."


Draw me close don't let me go


Lift me over the wall


Help me now


My all in all.


"The spirit is strong but the flesh is weak."


Strengthen me with your word


So I can speak 


Of a love so tender


A love so divine 


One that gave it all


The only one that can save me


From the fall.


Of a mighty warrior 


A King with many crowns.


The world cannot see you


They mock you like a clown.


But your word is eternal 


Mysterious in its ways


To bring your Kingdom and your glory 


O Ancient of days. 



  • Author: Valiantstar (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: February 12th, 2024 04:04
  • Category: Unclassified
  • Views: 11
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  • Neville

    a very interesting love poem maybe but with a touch and an aftertaste of spirituality perhaps .. Neville

  • arqios

    To know whom to approach and find our fullness is essential to everyday life!

  • sorenbarrett

    I like Neville began with the idea that it was a love poem but then shifted to it being spiritual. However, as I read it again I felt it could well apply to one's own self image and inner self as well. Complex in nature but simple in its message. Lovely

    • 2781

      Thank you, it's just how I feel.

    • orchidee

      Good write 2.

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