This Love, poetry by Shelly Wilson at Spillwords.com
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This Love

This Love

written by: Shelly Wilson

@ShellyWilsonDQK

 

There’s a love who sees the deepest pains
The ones you can’t even begin to name
The silent groans that linger long
That seem to stir the sorrowed song.

That love is near to hold you tight
To grip you when your heart does cry
To be the shoulder of steady strength
When your body is tired and weak.

I pray this love I’ve come to know
Strokes your hair with Heaven’s comb
Walks and talks you through the rain
And sends you signs of grace today.

Shelly Wilson

Shelly Wilson

Shelly is a a lover of words. The Lord has seemed to have given her a heart that is pricked and stirred by words as He allows her to see them as messages to hearts in need. Her journey began in songwriting and mere ponderings of life penned from moments spent in deep valleys and beautiful mountaintops. Later came forth a gift of poetry that seemed hidden for some years and now fills her heart with delight and joy.

Shelly travels delivering poetic messages to hearts that are broken and in need of hope. It is her desire to be a ready scribe and a pen in the hand of the Lord.
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