My Divine Faith…

My Divine Faith... short poem

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When I am scared and lost,
Help me find my way back home.
When my heart is in search of some hope,
Be my shelter in the storm.

When I am too tired to walk across the bend,
And not sure where I am led.
Give me all the courage and strength,
To put my doubts to rest and walk ahead.

The journey may be long and dark,
No matter what, the night will break into a new dawn.
So never let me grow weak and step back,
As beyond the perils, a new glory will be born.

Its you to whom I owe my faith and my soul.
Although there may be loss and pain,
I know you will hold my hand and never let me fall,
As I tread through the roads of sunshine and rain.

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