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    dots Submission Name: Sacred Savior dots
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    Author: TalentedChild
    ASL Info:    17
    Elite Ratio:    1.85 - 19/81/106
    Words: 161
    Class/Type: Poetry/Religious
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    He is thy Sacred Savior a blessed to life
    He turned the world from darkness in just a matter of time,
    Worship thy’ faith, as a bit of blue sky returns
    God really is the one
    So really listen to his words.

    Within yourself learn to see the power’s light
    For he shall give you glimmers of hope and move the dark clouds out of sight.

    Bow down to his anchor of love and rest in his holiness.
    For you to will see his hand reach yours, and your heart he will caress

    Don’t listen to the just the words of the broken-hearten
    Because your soul he has not forgotten.

    Instead Let his voice of rain nestle within thy’ soul
    Read the gospels magic and let the rhythm unfold

    Lift your arms up for a second for him to hold
    For he will then turn that blackened presence into shining gold




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