The Journey




William Mason                                                                                                                                                           September 24, 2006

Though a stranger I am and shall remain, child, know this:

When the desires of my heart are sent forth to Father’s throne,

Thy name shall now and forevermore be upon my lips.



I shall shadow thee in spirit;

I shall rejoice in thy rejoicing;

I shall sorrow in thy sorrowing;

I shall, from afar, love thee in all things.



And if in some distant future — or beyond —

I am by Mercy and Grace revealed unto thee,

We shall embrace and speak as brothers.

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