Where is my share, of a feeling
so devine? Whatever happened to mine?
The loneliness, such a feeling of emptiness.
How dreadful the endurance, of an
un-fulfilled heart, wondering,
"Will this ever change?"
Please Lord release me, from this
tormenting pain. I want to love,
and know how it feels to be loved.
As I stared out of the window, in my deepest
of thoughts. "Where is the love of my life?"
"Why am I alone?" "Is this too, my fault?"
All of a sudden, a soothing voice replied,
"From this day forward, you will have
someone to love, who will never leave
you and be forever by your side."
My thoughts at first, were "My imagination
is running wild in this place." "Is it really
possible to hear a voice without a face?"
Preparing to retire, I kneeled and began
to pray, "Dear Lord, thank you for allowing
me to live another day.
As my sleep deepened, in my dreams
I heard the voice again. This time it said,
"Have faith, believe in me and all
your pain and loneliness, will be erased.
Even in my dream, the voice was without a face.
Those softly spoken and wonderful words,
so enchanting, so trusting, so real.
Right at that moment, I raised
to my feet, but still there was no face,
within the room, I could see.
Suddenly an invisible hand, softly touched
my shoulder and my heart felt so light,
while all of my burdens, seemed to take flight.
For a while I just stood there, stunned
in somewhat of a daze, to know
that this renewed love and happiness,
came from a voice, without a face.
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