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 Yet Still
Life fades this day, this passing moment
Your time right now will soon be spent
To not repeat but to go on
To habit yours, the same old song

You seek not change and also flail
With conscience stressed of how you fail
To see the good GOD sees in you
If just a thought you'd give unto

Your soul restless becomes much less
As things don't change you could confess
To one who hears but cannot ease
What you hold to but won't appease

The fact that you still run nowhere
A place unknown where not a care
Becomes your state again this day
Dealing your hand of yesterdays

Yet still He calls to you who needs
The savior born who intercedes
As once before you came to be
To now, the moment to set you free

Accuse yourself but He will not
The friends you had that have forgot
To call on you, to stand by you
To fill the need, to hold unto

Yet still you fail to grasp what still
Gave us more than just our fill


 


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