Here With You
I wish I could say, I know your pain
Or, I've walked the path you tread
Though I've never walked in your black rain
I have seen where you've been led

My heart cries foul as I view the place
Where your heart lies exposed
Friends turn away and hide their face
They have reasons I suppose

Streams of words are sent your way
Wisdom bright and full and keen
None measure up to this grief today
Life seems cruel and hard and mean

I have no answers to the questions you ask
So I'll be quiet - not pretend
I’ll humbly wait with you - an honored task
As God works an exceptional heart-mend

For one day pain will cross my path
I'm certain I will need a friend
While some will rage with righteous wrath
It's You I'll think of in the end
© 2005,  Glenn A. Hascall
Posted here with author's permission.


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