This Poem was Submitted By: Floriana F. Hall On Date: 2000-11-19 07:27:48 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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Lord, keep me on the straight and narrow Though there may be many curves ahead, Lead me on your path of sorrow           To Jerusalem. The rooster crows each new tomorrow Blue chicory, white Queen Anne's lace line rows Of the labyrinth I follow           To Jerusalem. Fluttering spirit-like wings of the butterfly, Brilliant sun in the sky so high As we gaze at the lake nearby on our way           To Jerusalem. The peace I feel personifies The love of God I cannot hide As I walk along His way           To Jerusalem. I meditate and then I pray I'll see Him in each person I see And love them all the way           To Jerusalem. The garden of life has sunflowers and weeds But everything flourishes with His Seed If we follow the labyrinth           To Jerusalem.

Copyright © November 2000 Floriana F. Hall

Additional Notes:
I use "we" because I created this poem while my 92 year old friend and I walked an outdoor labyrinth. "Jerusalem" is the center of the labyrinth.

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