Step Forward

Vernazoa By Vernazoa, 4th Nov 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2igta_ok/
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Some souls may be called into heaven. Walk on solid ground.

Walk On

Open your day with a brand new stride.
There are flowers by your bedside.
Lilacs and lavender scents are resting.

Tunes of the day absorb you heart.
Echos of running waters fill your cup.

The Holy Grail is one step up.

Crave the Lord and save yourself for him.

Welcome all that do and do not follow him.
Plant a quiet and steel-like seed...

And remember his hands did bleed.

At the end of the line walks all the saints
and sinners.

Ask for mercy and hope there's no fire.
You will get what you think and desire.

Sandals step strong on solid ground.
Your name is inked on God's hand.

You may see the Promised Land .

Terms of cadence in your soul may
prance the stairway where some have
tread.

Step forward when your soul is called.

Cowards and liars will not be counted.

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Holy Grail, Judgement Day, Lord, Mercy, Mustard Seed, Stairs, Verna Hendrickson, Vernazoa

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author avatar Vernazoa
I write for pleasure and have seen good and bad times just like most people. I am a twin, I have a twin brother and I also have two lovely children.

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author avatar Jack Wellman
4th Nov 2011 (#)

Crave the Lord and save yourself...wow, what a blessed line to which I heartily say, amen.

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author avatar Buzz
5th Nov 2011 (#)

Always loved your godly poetry, Verna. Great share, my friend.

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author avatar Sheila Newton
5th Nov 2011 (#)

Wonderful! Wonderful! Wonderful!

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author avatar Delicia Powers
6th Nov 2011 (#)

Wonderful my friend:0)

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author avatar Tranquilpen
10th Nov 2011 (#)

POWERFUL! thank you my friend.

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