TITLE: You're the Diamond
By veronica cressey
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I will meet you in a field,
Outside the town, just before dawn,
Green flattened grasses meeting clay,
Wet by the morning dew.
I will stand beside the rambling rose,
Red petals rise to meet the sun,
You sense her fragrance,
And you'll meet her in full bloom!
Then, I will invite, so you may talk,
And I will listen, as I hold your hand,
I take with me concerns you should not own.
I will then take ownership
Of every thought imagined,
Every doubt or fear or loss,
This friend is whom you've truly earned.
I will teach you many things,
To trust your heart,
I maginings are nothing more than fears
Which spring forth from a tired mind.
Call me Jesus, call me Abba,
Alpha and Omega,
One begins, the other finishes,
I'm neither of these two.
When you came to know me,
I named you, my baby child,
You still believe you're part of me,
As I am in the heart of you.
You have presence, yes you have!
Search no longer, just be glad.
You're the diamond, yes, you shine.
You're the child whom I call mine.
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