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 Of These Things
Time came and went but I was there
There inside the heart you bare
Before you came to know of me
You tried but failed my son to see

Your needs became burdens on you
You sought, not find what I could do
And so you strayed to ease your pain
Unto a world that spares no shame

The years would pass and took their toll
Of love as wife, of life yours told
Of children's needs and of yours too
My love unlike would forge breakthrough

You see Daisy, daughter now mine
I hold the keys as I do time
Time now yours to breathe of me
Breathe of Life who heard your pleas

My heart has seen the ways of man
The heartless of husbands now damned
The need to drink of living waters
As I have made such ways my daughter

There was a time of wilderness
For you to walk alone opressed
But now your time is that of mine
Mines to have for all of time

The days of old have had their day
They stole but lost to me The Way
That has the best in store for you
As flower mine, Daisy I drew

For my dear sister in Christ, Daisy
Once lost, forever found

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