I SEE YOU

As clouds descend over waters blue,
A misty stance then bids adieu, and
I see you.

In the morning fog quite thick with dew,
An image veiled disappears from view, and
I see you.

A distant time from whence we knew
Brings precious rhymes between us two, and
I see you.

A crystal gaze from eyes once blue,
Now emerald haze distorts the view, still
I see you.

Where tears are dried and dreams come true,
I hear your voice – you hear me too.
I touch your face What a precious view.
Today is the day we start anew, for
I see you.

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IF THE SUN SHOULD RISE WITHOUT ME

If the sun should rise without me…
Know that God will still be here.
If your memories talk about me,
It’s to keep my presence near.
See, life goes on and so will you,
For time is short and your work’s not through.
As The dreams we shared between us two
Are waiting now for one to do.

If the sun should set without me…
Know the angels guard your sleep.
If you dream a dream devoutly,
It is God, for He does speak.
Don’t mourn the holding of my hand
Or the prayers we prayed when our days began,
For there’ll come a day when we’ll meet again
And I’ll hold the door when you’re welcomed in,

If the sun should rise without me…

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