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The Ballad of the Dream Speaker
As I lay in bed one night
i thought of God's power and might.
About his love and grace
and of his glorious light.
A I dreampt i saw his face,
surrounded by people of every race.
Atop his holy head sat a royal crown
and at his feet a crystal vase.
All God's people came not one wearing a frown.
playing a harp was a lady in a beautiful satin gown.
The people joined in with song and praise
they humbled themselves before The King renounced
And out of the sky came the sun in elegant rays
as they shown down on The King of all days.
Oh how they loved him and held him near
They promised forever to follow his ways
Joy Thanksgiving spread across the land
trumpets joined in to help out the band
then from the sky flew a single white dove
and a rainbow reflected off the sand
A representation of His love
there was hardly anything else to speak of
everything was mended that was once broke
mended by The Healer from above.
And when i awoke
from above God spoke
"Go and share what you have seen with all who need hope"
so today i share God's love with many a folk!