What we don't know cant hurt us,
The old folkes used to say
But I declare to you all today
That this ignorance will turn your blue skies grey
He came in the flesh to display
His extreme love, only to face inevitable dismay
For our salvation, his life he had to lay
Yet these people blatantly deny
His power, his might and choose to rely
On their own understanding, I have to sigh
Its written by men they often lie
Only to realise its all true, when they die
When their flesh melt away they begin to cry
Lord have mercy on me my oh my
Surrender your lives to him whilst you are young
That state he calls because you are strong
Deadly sin has prevailed far too long
Streets of gold that's where you belong
He is gentle and always teaches
He is merciful, He looks down and reaches
Our lives He has promised to save
His peace and joy He gave.
He came down like a dove
To spread and give His love
He is our only friend
When we have reached our wit's end.
When everyone is gone and we feel alone
He will be with us as our backbone
When we are down to our last cent
He will keep us so we look decent.
The Holy Spirit will be our guide
The Holy Spirit will not let us slide
The Holy Spirit will be our support
The Holy Spirit will be our forte.
- Hortense Francis
for "Rowena Oliver Cardoza Wilkinson"
".....Jesus is my portion ... my Constant Friend is He"
(from "His eye is on the Sparrow")
Despite the conflicts
with the Tower of Babel
we inherited English Language
in that language
it takes the consonants
to hold up the bulk
of sentence formation
meaning ... books ...
So God is worshipped in English language, the devil subdued
"The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth His handiwork
Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard" (Psalm 19 1-3)
It was my Mother's British Army friend Constance
who held the hand of a dying solider at her beside and
did all she could ... CRY!
as my Mother sang ... "His Eye is on the Sparrow", "Last Post" to the Intensive Care Unit ...
for all their 'vows", vowels only have two words
I and A to "chat",
O too as an expression
E is too much of a low grade to contend,
U these days is now posing fame,
but it is Christ who "brought" me Here
and only JESUS will take me out!
You Can Do It
You can do it if you really want,
Try hard and don't say you can't.
God will help you as much as me,
Just try Him and you will see.
Just humble yourself, it won't be long,
Have faith and be strong.
Do it and don't say no,
as long as God tells you to go.
Do whatever you want to do,
as long as the Lord is there for you.
Tell yourself that you can make a start,
And don't allow doubt to remain in your heart.
Encourage yourself in the Lord, and be bold
as long as you have his hands to hold.
A lot of challenges you will have to face,
I don't know about you, but I enjoy this place.
I am a winner man, and so are you.
I got from the Lord my breakthrough.
You can do the same as me, as long as
You want it to be.
To chase away satan and his demons,
Prayer is man's only tool,
to turn the devil into a fool
My mind goes back to the places I have tracked
They go in twos like deja vu
Beginning of the Curso
Excursion to Toledo
Amistad a different kind of church
A visit to the library for research
Use ATM Telebanco
Unforgettable visit to the museum El Prado
In the interim shopping, shopping
Shopping at El Corte Ingles
Visit to La Mancha
To see towns and their plazas
Like Criptana, Tembleque
But above all, to remember
Don Quixote and his Dulcinea
And at the same time to see
The captivating Molinos de Viento
And imagine those same windmills in their era
And, for entertainment
Flamenco in Lope de Vega
Then Lorca's Romancero Gitano
What a show in gypsy's honour
In Puerta del Sol
And more shopping
So, my mind will always go back
To places I have tracked
They go in twos, like deja vu