Even in the Darkness
A new day sets its course—bright, peering, calling.
I see the ashen faces, the bone chilled hands. The weariness of soul refusing to be eclipsed.
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With stamina fading, I see you… refusing to crumble and forsake.
I see your faith. It beckons me. Heaven’s pride, it beckons me.
My angels attend to you, the great cloud rooting, believing, seeing.
Where you are weak, may my strength lavish. Where you are hurt, may my promises coat.
Esteeming every surrendered tear and nighttime cry.
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Even in the darkness, I am yet light. Even in the darkness, I am yet warmth. The darkness, cannot hold you. The darkness, too, must bow.
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