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only a bend in the road
Posted by: kwazykat (---.ok.ok.cox.net)
Date: December 01, 2004 08:00PM

Am looking for a poem that contains the phrase "only a bend in the road"


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Posted by: ilza (---.162.246.59.user.ajato.com.br)
Date: December 01, 2004 09:19PM

When We Feel We Have Nothing Left To Give
And We Are Sure That The "Song Has Ended
When Our Day Seems Over And The Shadows Fall
And The Darkness Of Night Has Descended.

Where Can We All Go To Find The Strength
To Valianity Keep On Trying ?
Where Can We All Find The Hand
That Will Dry The Tears That The Heart Is Crying?

There's But Only One Place To Go And That Is To Turn To GOD
And Dropping All Pretense And Pride,
We Can Pour Out All Our Problems WithOut
Restraint, And Gain Strength With Him At Our Side.

Together We All Stand At Life's CrossRoads
And View What We Think Is The End,
But GOD Has A Much Bigger And Better Vision,
And He Tells Us It's Only A Bend In The Road.

For The Road Goes On And Is Smoother,
And The "Pause In The Song" Is A "Rest",
And The Part That's Unsung And Unfinished
Is The Sweetest And Richest And The Best.

So Rest And Relax And Grow Stronger,
Let Go And Let GOD Share The Load You Try And Carry YourSelf.
Your Work Is Not Finished Nor Ended
You've Just Come To "A Bend In The Road".

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not a river ?

Life is a river that runs
(my ship may pass from sight, the river bends)
by Thomas Jessop

Life is a river that runs from dark to light,
And even though my ship may pass from sight,
It does not mean that this is the end,
It simply means the river bends.

Life is full of trial and sorrow
But always remember that there is a tomorrow.
That upon the river of life, there is more than strife,
There is a wonderful and incredible life, yours.
Even though there may be trouble,
Let us remember that those troubles may burst like a bubble,
If we but have charity and cherish (the truth and right),
Lest we perish and have no might.

Life has its happiness and joys,
Which are not toys. We need to play and appreciate,
At least every today; not only in May.
These joys can last forever,
If we but hold fast to truth and to the right,
For right is might!
These joys can last forever,
For we will not say to one another "never" or "not ever".
For the welcome will not ever end,
Even when the river bends!

Life is a river that runs from dark to light,
And even though my ship may pass from sight,
It does not mean that this is the end,
It simply means the river bends.




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