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My White Rose

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To bring back the symphony He etched in my soul

To put me back on the potter's wheel

My white rose

 

And I thank Him

For seeing me through the valley of thorns

For being the footprints in the desert

For being the shelter in the storm

The respite in the tempest

For reminding me of the song He made me to sing

For bringing me to my knees...

So that I might rise above

For patience and protection

And prosperity in Him

For the winter trees to appreciate the summer breeze

For the cascade of stars at night to appreciate the sun by day

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