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Mourning Walk
by: Randy E. Chambers

Early morning silence embraces,
his footsteps softly traverse the hall.
Bluish tinted walls lay left and right,
a wake within the peripheral of night.
The couch waits in the darkness like a friend.
And meets him as he bends his knees beside,
He lays, head on arm, across the cushion,
as though within the stillness he would hide.
His heart beats into his eyes
and forces tears to fall to arm and couch.
Bemoaning what has driven man from God,
He pleads for Light,
and for the coming of the Morning Son.
Index of Poems...
Choose you this day...
Just One More Verse
Christian Character
What Would Jesus Do Today?
Creation
Cameo
Encouragement
Bandages of Prayer
He Knows
Faith
Soaring
Growth
Seedlings
Heaven
Just Reward
Love
Because He Loves
Prayer
Mourning Walk
Intercession
Relationships
A Gift of Life
Spending Time with God
Quiet Times
Struggles
Simple Truth
The Cross
Birthright
Worship
I Raise My Hands

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