A Stranger There! by Denny Lancaster

Sam

Thursday, July 4, 2002

A Stranger There!
by LaSalle aka Denny Lancaster

Each of us in a moment of care,
has seen ‘a stranger’ there;
Whose ears heard every word,
and just listened and heard.

Spilling our hearts grief,
and much to our hearts relief;
Did not offer advice, just care,
a contrite heart he did bare.

On an occasion for us to also show,
to our friends side we too did go;
There like ‘a stranger’ before,
just listened and their pain we bore.

We reflect upon those events now,
not burdened with cow, nor a plow;
Content to just listen with our mind,
for in ‘HIS’ countenance comfort we find.

We talk, just like in our youthful days,
and each listens to what the other says;
Now we know ‘a stranger’ is always here,
in our Cherub family, their face is clear.

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